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Can Sugar be Addicting?

Burden of proof: does neuroscience have the upper hand?

Stress Rx: Chant two Ommsss, with food, twice daily

Can free will be modulated through electrical stimulation?

Lamarckian sh*t? Why epigenetics is not eugenics

Neuroethics Journal Club: How early can signs of autism be detected in infants?

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

Neuroethics Journal Club: Neural Correlates of Negative Stereotype

Neuroethics Journal Club: Sexual Fantasies and Gender/Sex

Neuroethics Journal Club: The Ethical Issues behind Brain-to-Brain Interface (BTBI) Technologies

Being Careful About How We Use Evidence for the “Reality” of Social Pain

Joshua Greene: On Neuro-Improvement, Neuroenhancement, and Chekhov

Is Priming Necessarily a Threat to Autonomy?

Neuroethics Journal Club: Autonomous Linguini

1 hot brain pic > 1k words?







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