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Patient Perspectives on DBS and Personality

Ethical Challenges in Human Research with Neural Devices

The Ethics of Dream Recording

Neuroprosthetics for Speech and Challenges in Informed Consent

Practical and Ethical Considerations in Consciousness Restoration

Responsibility: Revis(ion)ing brains via cognitive enhancement

Ethical Issues in Neurosurgery: A Special Issue of Virtual Mentor

Media and social stigma can influence the patient adaptation to neurotechnologies and DBS

Intellectual Property from Clinical Research on Neuropsychiatric Disorders: What Constitutes Informed Consent?

Brain Imaging and Neurofeedback: Has Fiction Become Reality?







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