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Using Qualitative Methods in a Neuroethics R01 Grant to Investigate Patient Perspectives on Closed-Loop Neurostimulation

Neurotechnological Innovations, Pediatric Epilepsy and Choice

The Ethical Importance of Trust for a Patient’s Sense of Autonomy

How to be Opportunistic, Not Manipulative

International Neuroethics Society Annual Meeting Summary: Ethics of Neuroscience and Neurotechnology

Can free will be modulated through electrical stimulation?

Brain Matters 3 Conference! Values at the crossroads of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Psychology

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