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Neuroethics, a recently modernized field at the intersection of bioethics and neuroscience, is founded on centuries of discussion of the ethical issues associated with mind and behavior. Broadly defined, neuroethics is concerned with ethical, legal and social policy implications of neuroscience, and with aspects of neuroscience research itself. Advances in neuroscience increasingly challenge long-held views of the self and the individual's relationship to society. Neuroscience also has led todoi:10.1016/j.tins.2006.07.002 pmid:16859760 pmcid:PMC1656950 fatcat:j6vfvbgml5h27hq44bznqfgqju