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Neuroethics Course Syllabi

Hey y’all, I’m teaching two neuroethics(ey) courses this Fall: • Brain, Self, and Society • Neuroethics (Neurointerventions) New content this time around: links to podcasts, videos (e.g. TED talks), and newspaper articles. I’m hoping to make this material easier to

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Where can I study Neurolaw?

Suppose I wanted to study neurolaw. Who would I talk to? What university might I go to? Here’s a back of the envelope list sorted in alphabetical order: Duke University, Nita Farahany Georgia State University, Nicole Vincent Macquarie University (Australia),

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Neuroethics Topics

I’m teaching a course in Neuroethics in Spring 2015, and below is a bucket list of topics: overview of neuroethics overview of neuroscience ethics of neuroscience vs neuroscience of ethics the construction of neuroimages genetic and environmental influences love and

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Reading Vincent

My Ph.D. student Stephanie Hare – a.k.a. @neuroSteph on twitter – is every kind of awesome. Steph’s awesome for many reasons, but what prompted this particular instance of my gushing of praise is that, despite having lots on her plate

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Updated neurolaw course syllabus

My graduate seminar in neurolaw at GSU is up and running, and I’m stoked to have 14 brilliant MA and PhD students – and even one undergraduate student – enrolled from the disciplines of neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy. One of

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Graduate seminar in neurolaw at GSU in Spring 2014

Earlier today I organized my GSU teaching schedule for the coming academic year, and I’m particularly rapt that starting in the Spring 2014 semester I’ll be teaching a graduate seminar on the topic of neurolaw. Awesome, right?! =) Three years

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