giovedì 9 novembre 2017

The First Neuroethics Meeting: Then and Now

It wasn’t until 2002 that more than 150 neuroscientists, bioethicists, doctors of psychiatry and psychology, philosophers, and professors of law and public policy came together to chart the boundaries, dene the issues, and raise some of the ethical implications tied to advances in brain research. On the 15th anniversary of the Neuroethics: Mapping the Field conference in San Francisco, we asked three of the original speakers to reflect on how far the neuroethics field has come in 15 years—and where the field may be going in the next 15. Red more here.

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