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Handbook of Neuroethics

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ISBN: 978-94-007-4706-7 (Print) 978-94-007-4707-4 (Online)

Table of contents (117 entries)

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  1. Neuroanthropology

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      Pages 287-287

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      Pages 343-363

      What Is Normal? A Historical Survey and Neuroanthropological Perspective

  2. Neuroethics and Identity

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      Pages 365-365

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      Pages 367-372

      Neuroethics and Identity

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      Pages 373-392

      Neurotechnologies, Personal Identity, and the Ethics of Authenticity

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      Pages 393-405

      Dissociative Identity Disorder and Narrative

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      Pages 407-422

      Impact of Brain Interventions on Personal Identity

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      Pages 423-439

      Extended Mind and Identity

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      Pages 441-458

      Mind, Brain, and Law: Issues at the Intersection of Neuroscience, Personal Identity, and the Legal System

  3. History of Neuroscience and Neuroethics

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      Pages 459-459

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      Pages 461-466

      History of Neuroscience and Neuroethics: Introduction

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      Pages 467-488

      Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders: Historical and Ethical Perspectives

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      Pages 489-504

      History of Psychopharmacology: From Functional Restitution to Functional Enhancement

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      Pages 505-518

      Informed Consent and the History of Modern Neurosurgery

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      Pages 519-533

      Nonrestraint, Shock Therapies, and Brain Stimulation Approaches: Patient Autonomy and the Emergence of Modern Neuropsychiatry

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      Pages 535-550

      Historical and Ethical Perspectives of Modern Neuroimaging

  4. Ethical Implications of Brain Stimulation

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      Pages 551-551

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      Pages 553-560

      Ethical Implications of Brain Stimulation

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      Pages 561-587

      Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease: Historical and Neuroethical Aspects

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      Pages 589-605

      Risk and Consent in Neuropsychiatric Deep Brain Stimulation: An Exemplary Analysis of Treatment-Resistant Depression, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Dementia

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      Pages 607-620

      Devices, Drugs, and Difference: Deep Brain Stimulation and the Advent of Personalized Medicine

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      Pages 621-633

      Deep Brain Stimulation Research Ethics: The Ethical Need for Standardized Reporting, Adequate Trial Designs, and Study Registrations

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      Pages 635-655

      Ethical Objections to Deep Brain Stimulation for Neuropsychiatric Disorders and Enhancement: A Critical Review

  5. Ethical Implications of Brain Imaging

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      Pages 657-657

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      Pages 659-663

      Neuroimaging Neuroethics: Introduction

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