The Bright Future of Neuroethics
Many new scholars have emerged and started to explore novel directions of research in neuroethics. Last year, we hosted the Montreal Neuroethics Conference for Young Researchers to highlight the development of these new scholars and to honour the evolving complexity of the field. As part of this conference, we invited young researchers involved in neuroethics all around the world to submit their work for consideration in an essay contest. Here, we proudly introduce the three best essays we received for this competition and a collection of 21 top-ranked abstracts for the poster contest.
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- 1.Craig, J.N. 2016. Incarceration, direct brain intervention, and the right to mental integrity – a reply to Thomas Douglas. Neuroethics. doi:10.1007/s12152-016-9255-x.
- 2.Gligorov, N. 2016. A defense of brain death. Neuroethics. doi:10.1007/s12152-016-9252-0.
- 3.Vierra, A. 2016. Psychopathy, mental time travel, and legal responsibility. Neuroethics. doi:10.1007/s12152-015-9243-6.