Neuroethics in practice / edited by Anjan Chatterjee, Martha J. Farah.

[2013], ©2013
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Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2013], ©2013.

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xii, 278 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm


Enhancement of healthy adult brains / Anjan Chatterjee -- Brain enhancement and children / Ilina Singh and Kelly Kelleher -- Brain enhancement in the military / Michael Russo, Melba C. Stetz, and Thomas A. Stetz -- Marketing illness and enhancing brains / Peter Conrad and Allen Horwitz -- Brain training / Breehan Kelley and Anjan Chatterjee -- Competence for driving, voting, financial independence / Jason Karlawish -- Competence for informed consent for research and treatment / Scott Kim -- Addiction and responsibility / Steven Hyman -- Medicolegal issues in neuroimaging / Stacey Tovino -- Incidental findings in neuroimaging studies / John Detre and Tamara B. Bockow -- Neuroimaging and clinical neuropsychiatry / Martha Farah and Seth Gillihan -- Brain death / Steven Laureys -- Disorders of consciousness following severe brain damage / Joseph Fins and Nikolas Schiff -- Personhood and severe neurological impairment / Martha Farah -- Functional neurosurgery and deep brain stimulation / Mattis Synofzik -- Noninvasive brain stimulation : future prospects and ethical concerns in treatment and research / Alvaro Pascual-Leone, Lachlan Farrow, and Felipe Fregni -- Implanted neural interfaces : ethical concerns in treatment and research / Leigh Hochberg and Thomas Cochrane -- Biologic therapies for the brain / Jonathan Kimmelman.

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Includes bibliographical references and index.


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