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  • 1.
    • “ Introclusion” to neuroethics
    • for the
    • Neuroethics Learning Collaborative
  • 2. Goals for this class
    • Help you integrate course material into a coherent view of neuroethics
    • Suggest ways to learn more about neuroethics and get involved in the field
  • 3. The lay of the land
  • 4. The lay of the land
    • Classical bioethics:
    • Safety of high-field MRI, TMS…
    • Incidental findings in research MRI
    • Neural stem cell research involving hESC
  • 5. The lay of the land
    • Classical bioethics:
    • Safety of high-field MRI, TMS…
    • Incidental findings in research MRI
    • Neural stem cell research involving hESC
    Ethical, legal and social issues arising because the brain is the organ of the human mind
  • 6. Neuroethics tree understanding technology neuroscience
  • 7. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate neuroscience
  • 8. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices neuroscience DBS, chips TMS, tDCS
  • 9. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices neuroscience e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS
  • 10. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices neuroscience mental states e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS
  • 11. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices neuroscience mental states e.g., neuro- marketing, lie detection e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS
  • 12. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices neuroscience mental states brainotyping e.g., neuro- marketing, lie detection e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS
  • 13. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices neuroscience mental states brainotyping e.g., criminality, personality e.g., neuro- marketing, lie detection e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS
  • 14. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices borderline cases of personhood neuroscience mental states brainotyping e.g., criminality, personality e.g., neuro- marketing, lie detection e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS
  • 15. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices borderline cases of personhood neuroscience mental states brainotyping e.g., criminality, personality e.g., neuro- marketing, lie detection e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS e.g., immature and severely brain- damaged humans, non- human animals
  • 16. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices core features of personhood borderline cases of personhood neuroscience mental states brainotyping e.g., criminality, personality e.g., neuro- marketing, lie detection e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS e.g., immature and severely brain- damaged humans, non- human animals
  • 17. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices core features of personhood borderline cases of personhood neuroscience mental states brainotyping e.g., criminality, personality e.g., neuro- marketing, lie detection e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS e.g., responsibility morality, love, spirituality, a soul e.g., immature and severely brain- damaged humans, non- human animals
  • 18. Cross-cutting issues
    • [Safety]
    • Privacy
    • Freedom, autonomy
    • Premature adoption
    • Person-thing clash
  • 19. Neuroethics tree understanding technology monitor manipulate drugs devices core features of personhood borderline cases of personhood neuroscience mental states brainotyping e.g., criminality, personality e.g., neuro- marketing, lie detection e.g., cognitive, personality enhancement, regulation, CoI DBS, chips TMS, tDCS e.g., responsibility morality, love, spirituality, a soul e.g., immature and severely brain- damaged humans, non- human animals
  • 20. What next?
    • How can you engage with neuroethics in the future?
  • 21. Books and journals and coming summer 2010… Neuroethics: An Introduction with Readings , MIT Press, M.J. Farah
  • 22. Penn website
  • 23. Join w like-minded students and professionals http://www.neuroethicssociety.org Next meeting to be held in conjunction with the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, San Diego, CA. November 12 th 2010

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