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Neuromarketing from Home? The Evolution and Ethics of Consumer Neuroscience Research

fMRI and the Hype Cycle: Scientists Lead the Way, Even When Wrong

Removing Racist Cops: From Implicit Bias Training to Hiring the “Unbiased Brain”

Memory on Trial: fMRI Pattern Analysis and Mental Privacy

Ethical Implications of fMRI In Utero

Too Far or Not Far Enough: The Ethics and Future of Neuroscience and Law

A Corner on the Neuromarket

Changing the Way We Think

Emory Neuroethics on Facebook