International Neuroethics Society
Obesity, Cognition, and Society: Ethical Warnings from the Sordid History of Eugenics and Scientific RacismNeuroethics Essay Contest Winner, 2020
The winning entry in this year's Neuroethics Essay Contest, academic category, is by Sarah R. Zinn, University of Chicago
INS Keynote Address: Martha Farah on the Impact of SESReport from the International Neuroethics Society Conference, 2019
Martha J. Farah delivered a spirited defense of the fledgling field of neuroethics to a supportive audience on Friday, the final day of the 2019 annual meeting of the International Neuroethics Society (INS), in Chicago.
The Right to Neurotechnology: Exploring the Government’s Role on Societal Stratification in the Future of Human EnhancementNeuroethics Essay Contest Winner, 2019
The winning entry in this year's Neuroethics Essay Contest, high-school category, is by Prithvi Nathan, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology
Not Our Problem? The Neuroethical Implications of Youth DetainmentInternational Neuroethics Society Essay Winner, 2018
While the research does not establish a clear causal relationship between periods of detention and neurological disorders, there is an important ethical consideration in assessing what detention means.
Does DBS Cause Changes in Personality?Report from International Neuroethics Society annual meeting
Deep brain stimulation sends electrical impulses to targeted parts of the brain and is used as a treatment for motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease; but are patients trading part of their sense of self in exchange for improved mobility?
The Neuroethics of AdvertisingReport from International Neuroethics Society annual meeting
Neuroscientists employed by the marketplace and academia spoke about neuromarketing, or consumer neuroscience, as it stands, how it may evolve, and the ethical implications that need to be considered alongside this emerging field.