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Editors' Overview: Neuroethics: Many Voices and Many Stories

Michael Kalichman, Dena Plemmons, Stephanie J. Bird
2012 Science and Engineering Ethics  
These were the goals of Neuroethics Week, staged in 2007 by the Center for Ethics in Science and Technology in San Diego, and are the basis for the contributions to this special issue of Science and Engineering  ...  Doing so will allow for the sharing of diverse views and perspectives to understand and frame the science, better educate and prepare the public for new developments, and provide a shared approach to identifying  ...  An argument here is that thinking about neuroethics will be best informed by incorporating many voices telling many stories, including those of neuroscientists, social scientists, philosophers, humanists  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11948-012-9398-z pmid:23054674 pmcid:PMC3483404 fatcat:2auqqudvbrdlbguksbc2vjvcli

Foreword: The Neuroethics of Drug Addiction [chapter]

T.W. Robbins
2012 Addiction Neuroethics  
Neuroscience and Addiction in Acknowledgments I would like to thank Wayne Hall and Judy Illes for inviting me to talk about science communication in neuroscience at "Introducing Neuroethics", a conference  ...  Acknowledgments Acknowledgments This chapter is based upon work presented at the 2010 Conference, Introducing Addiction Neuroethics, Queensland Brain Institute, Brisbane, 2010 (The Image and Diction:  ...  Julie Robillard and co-Editor Judy Illes explore the media discourse of addiction in the context of reporting at the intersection of law and neuroscience.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-385973-0.00020-x fatcat:eypvtpaf2ra7nhnsowc5falqcu

Trends in Public Relations: Exploring the Role of Ethics as it Relates to Social Media and Crisis Communication

Kati Tusinski Berg
2017 Journal of Media Ethics: Exploring Questions of Media Morality  
In light of the story, the author suggests that the direction of change, whether it being an improvement or a deterioration, can affect neuroethical judgments.  ...  Personal identity, direction of change, and neuroethics.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23736992.2016.1260992 fatcat:ntlcg25zbzhjtjze4qs4uqfipm

Short literature notices

Roberto Andorno
2011 Medicine, Health care and Philosophy  
After an overview of neuroethics, the book presents five topics: human enhancement ("Better brains"), identity and authenticity ("Brain, Self, and Authenticity"), neuroimaging ("Brain Reading"), use of  ...  where she is head of the Center for Neuroscience and Society. She is widely recognized as one of the worldwide leading scholars in the area of neuroethics.  ...  the illness is understood from the patient's standpoint, as part of their life-story.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11019-011-9319-y fatcat:ujjoe2h7s5axdj7bxmcwitx2cq

The emergence of neuromarketing investigated through online public communications (2002–2008)

Clement Levallois, Ale Smidts, Paul Wouters
2019 Business History  
Acknowledgements We thank Nicoline Beun for assistance in data collection and anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments.  ...  Funding for this research comes from the Erasmus Research Institute of Management, the Virtual Knowledge Studio, and the Open Research Area programme from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research  ...  Commercial Alert, the editors of Nature, scientists sending protest letters to the printed media or sharing their doubts in blogs, and finally a large number of skeptical voices in a variety of online  ... 
doi:10.1080/00076791.2019.1579194 fatcat:rxr7js2iezcpfplcqbna7xaami

Psychiatric neurosurgery in the modern era : public, media and clinical perspectives

Caitlin Courchesne
2019
Neurosurgical interventions are returning to psychiatry with many familiar and challenging ethical, social and legal questions of the past.  ...  I address this research question through the lens of a pragmatic neuroethics framework using both qualitative and quantitative analyses.  ...  List of Tables List of Figures Chapter 1: Introduction Overview In this thesis, I bring together the voices of the public, the media, and clinicians to bring new knowledge to and inform the evolution  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0380407 fatcat:m5p55r52bbakra5qfb6uncyzzm

Against Endowment Theory: Experimental Economics and Legal Scholarship

Gregory Klass, Kathryn Zeiler
2013 Social Science Research Network  
This and other recent evidence suggest that mere ownership does not affect willingness to trade or exchange. Many experimental economists no longer ascribe to endowment theory.  ...  Endowment theory's influence in legal scholarship provides important lessons about how legal scholars and policymakers should, and should not, use results from experimental economics.  ...  Although hypothetical experiments are increasingly common in the legal literature, few legal scholars (and even fewer student editors of law reviews!)  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2224105 fatcat:3pf25dlqyrelvbcczwg7iadsqa

The Atopic March: The Pattern of Allergic Disease Development in Childhood

Eugenia L. Hahn, Leonard B. Bacharier
2005 Immunology and allergy clinics of North America  
Bryn Williams-Jones of Université de Montréal for his many helpful comments and discussions concerning preliminary versions of this article.  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Catherine Olivier and Bryn Williams-Jones of Université de Montréal for their helpful comments on this article.  ...  In practice, establishing the groundwork for interdisciplinary research is not simple and many experts voice the need for greater support to foster communication and interactions across disciplines [89  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.iac.2005.02.004 pmid:15878453 fatcat:ssajsv4t35g7tbxxkoymggsley

Reading minds with neuroscience – Possibilities for the law

Henry T. Greely
2011 Cortex  
tone of voice. 23 By telephone, we still have tone of voice but lose the facial cues.  ...  Spielberg, Editor-in-Chief's Commentary: Gene Penetrance, Therapeutic Targets, and Regulatory Science, 47 THERAPEUTIC INNOVATION & REG.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cortex.2011.04.018 pmid:21676386 fatcat:skwq6zq7mnexlm7bv567oeuyti

Carrying On Like a Madman: Insanity and Responsibility in Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

M. J. Ganz
2015 Nineteenth-Century Literature  
Stevenson's Stories,'' Spectator, 11 November 1882, pp. 1450-52).  ...  Hyde's voice, too, is ''husky, whispering and somewhat broken'' (p. 16); overall, he conveys a ''haunting sense of unexpressed deformity'' (p. 25).  ...  After leading an upright and quiet life for a time, Jekyll becomes ''tortured with throes and longings, as of Hyde struggling after freedom; and at last, in an hour of moral weakness,'' he again indulges  ... 
doi:10.1525/ncl.2015.70.3.363 fatcat:powmb2b6tffmzd4re4hg2udkwe

2. The Nature of Psychiatric Diagnoses [chapter]

Kristien Hens
2021 Towards an Ethics of Autism  
Scholars have written many books on this topic, 2 and those looking for an overview of autism and its history can consult the resources listed in the footnotes.  ...  These stories do not eliminate one another but supplement and challenge each other. The neurodiversity movement gives people a voice and states that autism does not have to be a disorder at all.  ...  Towards an Ethics of Auti sm explores this ques� on and many more.  ... 
doi:10.11647/obp.0261.02 fatcat:55hxlvvxgrawrojjjueckzzfeu

Choice Hygiene for "Consumer Neuroscientists"? Ethical Considerations and Proposals for Future Endeavours

Julia F. Christensen, Fahimeh Farahi, Meghedi Vartanian, Sina H. N. Yazdi
2022 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
Some neuromarketing endeavours have passed from informing consumers about available options, to helping to market as many products to consumers as possible.  ...  In principle, the ground ethical principle of any scientist is to further individual, societal and environmental health and well-being with their work.  ...  However, if policy makers propose regulations of the market, voices are very fast to say that this might put the economy at risk.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2021.612639 pmid:35769947 pmcid:PMC9234163 fatcat:vpsvnwjyoveddbqykz3ubkn44m

Ethical considerations for deep brain stimulation and other invasive neurotechnological trials in people with Alzheimer's disease

JNM Viaña
2019
Using an interdisciplinary and pragmatic approach to bioethical inquiry, this dissertation examines studies on deep brain stimulation in people with Alzheimer's disease, reviewing clinical trials and relevant  ...  animal studies to highlight pressing ethical concerns that ongoing and forthcoming trials need to address.  ...  We are grateful to NIB's anonymous reviewer and editor for their insightful comments. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.25959/100.00031899 fatcat:pa3dbamzt5c7pm5aoohasii54q

Addiction treatment providers' views about disease models of addiction and neuroscience: Implications for practice, policy and research translation

ANTHONY IAN BARNETT
2020
This thesis explores drug and alcohol addiction treatment providers' views about disease models of addiction and neuroscience.  ...  The implications of the thesis for practice, policy and research translation are discussed.  ...  For instance, consumer participation in treatment, qualitative research, and public communication voicing personal stories of alcohol and other drug use (e.g., on the website www.livesofsubstance.org;  ... 
doi:10.26180/5e97a117ee4a6 fatcat:66w6dtiidbbnfc6cg373awbnja

An exposition of the nature of volunteered geographical information and its suitability for integration into spatial data infrastructures

Antony Cooper
2016 unpublished
Acknowledgements Acknowledgements Dozie Ezigbalike, André Nonguierma and Paul Belanger); and Stuart Martin for allowing it to be distributed at the GISSA Gauteng meeting.  ...  There are faint traces of the voices of various anonymous authors and editors, though it is impossible to be sure" [Lanier 2006 ].  ...  voice of the text.  ... 
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