WEEK 5 (Ctd)
- Day 32: Nadira S. Faber, Julian Savulescu, and Thomas Douglas, 2016. Why is Cognitive Enhancement Deemed Unacceptable? The Role of Fairness, Deservingness, and Hollow Achievements. Frontiers in Psychology.
- Day 33: Eric G. Neilson, 2003. The Role of Medical School Admissions Committees in the Decline of Physician-Scientists. Journal of Clinical Investigation.
- Day 34: Lukas Kunz, Tobias Navarro Schröder, Hweeling Lee et al., 2015. Reduced grid-cell–like representations in adults at genetic risk for Alzheimer’s disease. Science.
- Day 35: A B Niculescu, D F Levey, P L Phalen, et al., 2015. Understanding and Predicting Suicidality Using a Combined Genomic and Clinical Risk Assessment Approach. Molecular Psychiatry.
- Day 36: Punit Shah, Geoffrey Bird, and Richard Cook, 2015. Face Processing in Autism: Reduced Integration of Cross-Feature Dynamics. Cortex.
- Day 37: Steven M. Gillespie, Ian J. Mitchell, Rose-Marie Satherley, Anthony R. Beech, and Pia Rotshtein, 2015. Relations of Distinct Psychopathic Personality Traits with Anxiety and Fear: Findings from Offenders and Non-Offenders. PLOS One.
- Day 38: Claus Normann and Mathias Berger, 2008. Neuroenhancement: Status Quo and Perspectives. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience.
- Day 39: Jayne C. Lucke, Stephanie Bell, Brad Partridge, & Wayne D. Hall, 2011. Deflating the Neuroenhancement Bubble. AJOB Neuroscience.
- Day 40: Katharine Dunlop,Colleen A. Hanlon, and Jonathan Downar, 2016. Noninvasive brain stimulation treatments for addiction and major depression. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.
- Day 41: Walter Glannon, 2016. Ethical Issues in Neuroprosthetics. Journal of Neural Engineering.
- Day 42: Patrick E. Rothwell, 2016. Autism Spectrum Disorders and Drug Addiction: Common Pathways, Common Molecules, Distinct Disorders? Frontiers in Neuroscience.
- Day 43: Donna Hanrahan, 2015. Neuroenhancement, Ethics, & Future of Disability Law. Health Law Outlook.
- Day 44: Steffen K. Rosahl, 2007. Neuroprosthetics and neuroenhancement: can we draw a line? American Medical Association Journal of Ethics.
- Day 45: Dan Larriviere, Michael A. Williams, et al., 2009. Responding to Requests from Adult Patients for Neuroenhancements. Neurology.
- Day 46: Jayne C. Lucke, Stephanie Bell, Brad Partridge, and Wayne D. Hall, 2011. Deflating the Neuroenhancement Bubble. AJOB Neuroscience.
- Day 47: Vincent P. Clark, 2014. The Ethical, Moral, and Pragmatic Rationale for Brain Augmentation. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience.
- Day 48: Morgan CJ, Noronha LA, Muetzelfeldt M, Fielding A, and Curran HV, 2013. Harms and benefits associated with psychoactive drugs: findings of an international survey of active drug users. Journal of Psychopharmacology.
- Day 49: Anjan Chattergee, 2006. The Promise and Predicament of Cosmetic Neurology. Journal of Medical Ethics.
- Day 50: Anna-Katharine Brem, Peter J. Fried, Jared C. Horvath, Edwin M. Robertson, and Alvaro Pascual-Leone, 2014. Is Neuroenhancement by Noninvasive Brain Stimulation a Net Zero-Sun Proposition? Neuroimage.
- Day 51: Steven E. Hyman, 2011. Cognitive Enhancement: The Promises and Perils. Neuron.
- Day 52: Ajay Singhvi, Alexandra N. Welch, Josh Levitsky, Deepti Singhvi, and Elisa J. Gordon, 2016. Ethical Considerations of Transplantation and Living Donation for Patients with Alcoholic Liver Diseases. AMA Journal of Ethics.
- Day 53: Joseph Lee, 2016. Cochlear Implantation, Enhancements, Transhumanism and Posthumanism: Some Human Questions. Science and Engineering Ethics.
- Day 54: Christopher Gyngell, and Simon Easteal, 2014. Cognitive Diversity and Moral Enhancement. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics.
- Day 55: Ingmar Persson, and Julian Savulescu, 2008. The Perils of Cognitive Enhancement and the Urgent Imperative to Enhance the Moral Character of Humanity. Journal of Applied Philosophy.
- Day 56: Georgina E. Crichton, Merrill F. Elias, and Ala’a Alkerwi, 2016. Chocolate Intake is Associated with Better Cognitive Function: The Maine-Syracuse Longitudinal Study. Appetite.
- Day 57: N. Bostrom, and A. Sandberg, 2009. Cognitive Enhancement: Methods, Ethics, and Regulatory Challenges. Science and Engineering Ethics.
- Day 58: G. Dagnelie, 2012. Retinal Implants: Emergence of a Multidisciplinary Field. Current Opinion in Neurology.
- Day 59: G. Dawson, 2013. Dramatic Increase in Autism Prevalence Parallels Explosion of Research into its Biology and Causes. JAMA Psychiatry.
- Day 60: Gallegos-Ayala, Guillermo, Furdea, Adrian, Takano, Kouji, Ruf, Carolin A., Flor, Herta, and Birbaumer, Niels, 2014. Brain Communication in a Completely Lock-In Patient using Bedside Near-infrared Spectroscopy. Neurology.