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The Social Impact of Brain Machine Interfaces: Closing Remarks

Guiding the Ethical Use and Development of Psychiatric Electroceutical Interventions

When Neuroethicists Become Labmates

The 2016 Kavli Futures Symposium: Ethical foundations of Novel Neurotechnologies: Identity, Agency and Normality

Notes from the field: Critical Juncture at Emory

Integration without reduction: What the philosophy of empathy can learn from mirror neurons

Why I teach with an English professor

Why I teach with a neurologist

Should you read more because a neuroscientist said so?

Teaching Intersex, Teaching Interdisciplinarity: Interview with Sara Freeman







Emory Neuroethics on Facebook