GRAY MATTERS Integrative Approaches for Neuroscience, Ethics, and Society, Volume 1
This report provides practical, conceptual, and methodological tools that can be applied directly in neuroscience research by funders, scientists, and other stakeholders. It calls for adequate resources to be allotted for successful integration of science and ethics. It also provides analysis and recommendations to guide institutions in developing necessary infrastructure for early integration of ethics into neuroscience research. In a second report, the Bioethics Commission will consider the ethical and societal implications of neuroscience research and its applications more broadly—ethical implications that a strongly integrated research and ethics infrastructure will be well equipped to address, and that myriad stakeholders, including scientists, ethicists, educators, public and private funders, advocacy organizations, and the public must be prepared to handle.
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Unknown author (Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, 2015-03-26)In this report, the Bioethics Commission expanded the conversation beyond the ongoing cognitive enhancement debate to include other forms of neural modification. First, it considered not only novel neurotechnologies, but ...
Implementing Ethics in the Professions: Preparing Guidelines on Scientific Communication for the Society of Neuroscience Zigmond, Michael J. (2003-04)
Hay, Robert D.; Gray, Edmund R.; and Smith, Paul H. (1989)