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Advertise Your Half-Baked Science Here! - Science 2.0

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Those risks aside, the upside for certain fields can't be ignored. A prime example of people who should jump on this idea are those in the field of neuroethics.
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Big Picture: Inside the Brain - The Guardian (blog)

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Big Picture: Inside the Brain The Guardian (blog) (I wrote the content for the app, too, and I've also just written an article called 'The Neuroethics of smart drugs' for the Dana Foundation.) The striking photograph on the cover of the magazine...
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Views of public sought on ethics in neuroscience field

IF YOUR parent had dementia, would you consent to him taking part in basic neuroscience research that was not a clinical trial? How ethical is it to take drugs to make yourself smarter? Singapore's Bioethics Advisory ...
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Postdoctoral Fellowship at UBC's National Core for Neuroethics ...

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Is a trial of stem cell therapy in autism scientifically and ethically justified?

Is a trial of stem cell therapy in autism scientifically and ethically justified? | Neuroethics of Neuromarketing | Scoop.it

Houston, we have a problem.

 

Families with autistic children must navigate a condition where questions outnumber the answers, and therapies remain sparse and largely ineffective. A clinical trial being conducted by the Sutter Neuroscience Institute in Sacramento, California to address this situation began recruiting participants today for a highly experimental stem cell therapy for autism. The institute plans to find 30 autistic children between ages 2 and 7 with cord blood banked at the privately-run Cord Blood Registry, located about 100 miles west of the institute.

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Study of Judges Finds Evidence From Brain Scans Led to Lighter Sentences

Judges who learned that a convicted assailant was genetically predisposed to violence imposed lighter sentences in a hypothetical case than they otherwise would have, researchers reported on Thursday, in the most rigorous study to date of how behavioral biology can sway judicial decisions.

 

The findings, published in the journal Science, are likely to accelerate the use of brain science in legal proceedings, experts said, and to intensify a long-running debate about its relevance. Courts have increasingly admitted such evidence — brain scans, mostly, as well as genetic analyses — though many experts say the science is still too primitive to inform legal decisions.

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Addiction Neuroethics. The ethics of addiction neuroscience research and treatment - Market Research Reports - Research and Markets

Research increasingly suggests that addiction has a genetic and neurobiological basis, but efforts to translate research into effective clinical treatments and social policy needs to be informed by careful ethical analyses of the personal and social implications. Scientists and policy makers alike must consider possible unintended negative consequences of neuroscience research so that the promise of reducing the burden and incidence of addiction can be fully realized and new advances translated into clinically meaningful and effective treatments.

This volume brings together leading addiction researchers and practitioners with neuroethicists and social scientists to specifically discuss the ethical, philosophical, legal and social implications of neuroscience research of addiction, as well as its translation into effective, economical and appropriate policy and treatments. Chapters explore the history of ideas about addiction, the neuroscience of drug use and addiction, prevention and treatment of addiction, the moral implications of addiction neuroscience, legal issues and human rights, research ethics, and public policy.

 

- The first comprehensive volume dealing with ethical and public policy implications of neurobiological research on addiction

 

- Features outstanding and truly international scholarship, with chapters written by leading experts in neuroscience, addiction medicine, psychology and more

 

 

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Why Expensive Wine Tastes Better

Here’s the conundrum for marketers… On one hand, we know that buying pain kicks in when people perceive that a product is overpriced, and that they are less likely to make a purchase. Now, we have multiple studies showing that people enjoy a product more when they pay more for it. How should a marketer determine the price point?

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Neuromarketing (Christophe Morin) - Academia.edu

NEUROMARKETING AND ETHICS Neuromarketing and Ethics Challenges Raised by the Possibility of Influencing Buy Buttons in Consumers’ Brains by Christophe Morin 

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Addiction Neuroethics: The ethics of addiction neuroscience ...

Book Description:Research increasingly suggests that addiction has a genetic and neurobiological basis, but efforts to translate research into effective clinical treatments and social policy needs to be informed by caref.
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PEBS Neuroethics Roundup (JHU) - Neuroethics & Law Blog

PEBS Neuroethics Roundup (JHU) - Neuroethics & Law Blog | Neuroethics of Neuromarketing | Scoop.it
Neuroethics & Law Blog. An interdisciplinary forum for legal and ethical issues related to the mind and brain. ... to do the right thing?, New Scientist. Can neuroscience modernize human self-understanding?
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Who's Responsible for Free Will?

Who's Responsible for Free Will? | Neuroethics of Neuromarketing | Scoop.it
Neuroethics is an interdisciplinary field that attempts to understand the ethical implications of neuroscience research. And within Neuroethics, “Free will” is a battleground. About 30 years ago, neuroscientist Benjamin Libet led a study where ...
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CrimProf Blog: Mikhail on Churchland on Neuroscience and Morality

CrimProf Blog: Mikhail on Churchland on Neuroscience and Morality | Neuroethics of Neuromarketing | Scoop.it
John Mikhail (Georgetown University Law Center) has posted Review of Patricia S. Churchland, 'Braintrust: What Neuroscience Tells Us About Morality' (Ethics, Vol. 123, No. 2, 2013) on SSRN. Here is the abstract: ...
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Summer Internship Competition in Neuroethics/Compétition-Stages ...

The Neuroethics Research Unit, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal (IRCM), would like to open the competition for summer internships in neuroethics. This call is for undergraduate students and the intent of the ...
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Brain, Body, and Mind: Neuroethics with a Human Face » TOPGFX ...

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This book is a discussion of the most timely and contentious issues in the two branches of neuroethics: the neuroscience of ethics; and the ethics of neuroscience. 

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An interdisciplinary forum for legal and ethical issues related to the mind and brain.

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The Moral and Legal Implications of Brain Science

This month, the New York Times published an article discussing the relevance of brain evidence to legal proceedings.  

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Mind control: the advent of neuroscience in marketing

Mind control: the advent of neuroscience in marketing | Neuroethics of Neuromarketing | Scoop.it
There are ethical dilemmas and potential threats to consumers from a technology worth £5bn globally and growing fast...
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A Romanian Ad Won The Cannes Lions Neuromarketing Award 2011

A Romanian Ad Won The Cannes Lions Neuromarketing Award 2011 | Neuroethics of Neuromarketing | Scoop.it

Not sure I would classify this as neuromarketing, watching facial reactions to ads is nothing new. The fact they have tech doing it is not a great leap. I am dubious but would like to see it in action and compare with other "traditional" neuromarketing analysis (scans).

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Neuroscience: Because Every Other Organ Is Just Following Orders ...

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Dr. Giordano is a 2011-2012 Fulbright Professor of Neuroscience, Neurotechnology, and Ethics at the Human Science Center of Ludwig-Maximilians Universitat, Munich, Germany; and Research Professor of Neurosciences ...
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Can neuroscience modernize human self ... - The Ethics Blog

Can neuroscience modernize human self ... - The Ethics Blog | Neuroethics of Neuromarketing | Scoop.it
Earlier this spring, the philosopher Roger Scruton published an essay in the Spectator where he eloquently attacks claims that neuroscience can and should replace the humanities by a set of brave new “neuro”-disciplines, ...
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