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Showing posts with the label Memory

Ethics of Memory Research: The Scientist and Society with Dr. Ashleigh Maxcey

Memory on Trial: fMRI Pattern Analysis and Mental Privacy

Preventing a Lifetime of Trauma: Is it Ever Acceptable to Alter Memories in Children?

Is Netflix’s Black Mirror Becoming a Reality?

An injection of RNA may transfer memories?

The Neuroethics Blog Series on Black Mirror: The Entire History of You

Reading into the Science: The Neuroscience and Ethics of Enhancement

M[Emory] Enhancement and its Implications

Is memory enhancement right around the corner?

Memory, Obesity, and Free Will

Your Brain on Movies: Implications for National Security

“Believe the children”? Childhood memory, amnesia, and its implications for law

“Lifelogging” and neurophysiological computing: Will we forget how to forget?

A review of The Future of the Mind: The Scientific Quest to Understand Enhance, and Empower the Mind

Neuroethics Journal Club Report: “Creating a false memory in the hippocampus” Ramirez et al. Science 2013

Can Human Brain Tissue Make Mice Smarter? Emory Neuroethics Journal Club Review

Ethics and Memory-Altering Drugs

The Benefits of Memory-Altering Drugs

Memory-Altering Drugs, Do We Really Have the Right?

Give Mind-Altering Drugs a Chance

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