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‘I’ll Wear This as a Badge of Honour Because It’s Made Me Better’: Patient and Caregiver Narrative Accounts of DBS for Depression

Solitary Confinement: Isolating the Neuroethical Dilemma

Exchanging ‘Reasons’ for ‘Values’

Neuroscience in the Courtroom: An Attempt for Clarity

Doing Feminist Science/Feminists Doing Science: An interview with Dr. Sari van Anders, Founder of Gap Junction Science Part I

Call for “Late Breaking” Abstracts

The Brain Does That? So What?

Drug Addiction and Sex Addiction: Are they “real” (brain) diseases?

Brain Matters 3 Conference! Values at the crossroads of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Psychology







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