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International governance of Neuroscience and Neurotechnology: Whom to trust with the assessment of future pathways?

Happy 15th Birthday, Neuroethics!

Why I teach with a neurologist

Gray Matters Volume II Released by Presidential Commission

The Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers 2015

Exchanging ‘Reasons’ for ‘Values’

Neuroscience in the Courtroom: An Attempt for Clarity

Burden of proof: does neuroscience have the upper hand?

Brain Imaging in the Courtroom: The Quest for Legal Relevance

Can Neuroscience Data be Used to Minimize the Effects of Stereotype Threat?

It’s Complicated: Molly Crocket and Patricia Churchland Discuss the Future of the Neuroscience of Morality

The Future of Law and Neuroscience: An Interview with Owen Jones, The Director of the MacArthur Research Network on Law and Neuroscience

Tibetan monastics and a neuroscientist: Some lessons learned and others taught

Neuroscience and Philosophy of Mind: The Relevance for Neuroethics

How do neuroscientists integrate their knowledge of the brain with their religious and spiritual beliefs?

Dancing with the Devil

Appreciating Neurodiversity: Learning from Synesthesia

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

Uncovering the Neurocognitive Systems for ‘Help This Child’

The Military and Dual Use Neuroscience, Part II







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