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“Revealing the Soul”: Psychedelics and the Future of Mental Health Care

The Ambiguity of “Neurotheology” and its Developing Purpose

Agency Revisited: Dr. Heidi Ravven on Moral Psychology, Ethics and the Myth of Free Will

Can neuroscience discuss religion?

“Faith, Values and Autism” A Symposium Held by the Marcus Autism Center and the Atlanta Autism Consortium

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

Exquisite Corpse: Why a Frighteningly Multifaceted Imaginary Creature can Help Tie Neuroscience to Society

Neuroethics Debates by Emory Neuroscience Graduate Students







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