Baked-In: How Racism is Coded into TechnologyReport from the International Neuroethics Society Conference, 2020
Sociologist Ruha Benjamin described problems of racism embedded in our processes of building and using technologies, and offered some potential solutions during the 2020 meeting of the International Neuroethics Society
John Archie Pollock Receives 2020 SfN Science Educator Award
Interview with John Pollock on storytelling in science, the rewards of outreach, apps and other fun for pandemic sharing, and more.
Neuroscience for Global Mental Health
Our author—Oxford professor and codirector of the Wellcome Trust Center for Ethics and Humanities—reflects on efforts to grow recognition of neuroscience in low- and middle-income countries.
Hear and Now
As a practicing otologic surgeon with a Ph.D. in epidemiology, our author tells us what we’ve learned and what we still need to know about the relationship between hearing loss and cognitive decline in older adults.on education and personal development.
Adapting to the (Not So) New Age of Computer Learning
Schools have had no choice but to embrace virtual learning. But the question remains: How does it work when compared to traditional, face-to-face instruction?
Pandemic Brain: Parsing the Mental Health Toll
Many experts have sounded the alarm for an approaching tsunami of psychological maladies that could sink an already overburdened mental healthcare system.
Art on the Spectrum
Showcasing the works and stories of talented, under-the-radar artists with developmental disabilities.
Neuroscience Confronts RacismNeuroethics Viewpoint
The Black Lives Matter protests have triggered an intense bout of soul-searching and frantic efforts to erase all vestiges of racism from institutions around the nation, including neuroscience.
The Normally AbnormalClinical Corner
Recovery is not just repairing the cerebrum but renovating someone’s sense of self as we make our way towards a new “normally abnormal.” A Clinical Corner column
Cerebrum Fall 2020 Issue
Table of contents, with links, for the Summer issue of Cerebrum's emagazine