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American Journal of Bioethics
VOL. 17 No. 10 | October 2017
VOL. 8 No. 2 | June 2017
AJOB Empirical Bioethics
VOL. 8 No. 3 | September 2017
Tue Oct 17 | 9:00 AM EDT
What We Owe the Psychopath: A Neuroethical Analysis
Ethical Considerations in Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Addiction and Overeating Associated With Obesity
Just How Cognitive Is “Cognitive Enhancement”? On the Significance of Emotions in University Students’ Experiences with Study Drugs
Deep Brain Stimulation and Postoperative Suicidality Among Treatment Resistant Depression Patients: Should Eligibility Protocols Exclude Patients with a History of Suicide Attempts and Anger/Impulsivity?
Communicating with the Minimally Conscious: Ethical Implications in End-of-Life Care
Neuroethics and the Possible Types of Moral Enhancement
The Puzzle of Neuroimaging and Psychiatric Diagnosis: Technology and Nosology in an Evolving Discipline
Neuroscience, Self-Understanding, and Narrative Truth
Deep Brain Stimulation as a Probative Biology: Scientific Inquiry and the Mosaic Device
Brain Branding: When Neuroscience and Commerce Collide
Deflating the Neuroenhancement Bubble
The Impact of American Tackle Football-Related Concussion in Youth Athletes
“Virtue Engineering” and Moral Agency: Will Post-Humans Still Need the Virtues?
Biophysical Models of Human Behavior: Is There a Place for Free Will?
Diminishing and Enhancing Free Will
How the Neuroscience of Decision Making Informs Our Conception of Autonomy
Including Emotionality in Tests of Competence: How Does Neurodiversity Affect Measures of Free Will and Agency in Medical Decision Making?
Neuroethics: A New Way of Doing Ethics
Virtue Essentialism, Prototypes, and the Moral Conservative Opposition to Enhancement Technologies: A Neuroethical Critique
Deep Brain Stimulation in Parkinsonian Patients—Ethical Evaluation of Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Sequelae
Ethical Issues in Deep Brain Stimulation Research for Treatment-Resistant Depression: Focus on Risk and Consent
The Supposed Obligation to Change One's Beliefs About Ethics Because of Discoveries in Neuroscience
To ELSI or Not to ELSI Neuroscience: Lessons for Neuroethics from the Human Genome Project
Brain Neoplasm and the Potential Impact on Self-Identity
Human Enhancement for the Common Good—Using Neurotechnologies to Improve Eyewitness Memory
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