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1st ed.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011
xxxix, 935 s., [8] s. barev. obr. příl. : il. (některé barev.), portréty ; 25 cm

ISBN 978-0-19-968063-4 (brož.)
Oxford library of psychology
Popsáno dle brož. dotisku vydaného v roce 2013
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PART I - CONSCIOUSNESS AND INTENTION: DECODING MENTAL STATES AND DECISION MAKING // 1. Brain reading: decoding mental states from brain activity in humans (John-Dylan Haynes) // 2. The neurobiology of pleasure and happiness (Morten L. Kringelbach and Kent C. Berridge) // 3. The neurobiological basis of morality (Christopher Suhler and Patricia Churchland) // 4. Development of the adolescent brain: neuroethical implications for the understanding of executive function and social cognition (Monica Luciana) // 5. Neural foundations to conscious and volitional control of emotional behavior: a mentalistic perspective (Mario Beauregard) // 6. Neural correlates of deception (Giorgio Ganis and J. Peter Rosenfeld) // 7. Understanding disorders of consciousness (Camille Chatelle and Steven Laureys) // 8. Functional magnetic resonance imaging, covert awareness, and brain injury (Adrian M. Owen) // PART II - RESPONSIBILITY AND DETERMINISM // 9. Genetic determinism, neuronal determinism, and determinism tout court (Bernard Baertschi and Alexandre Mauron) // 10. The rise of neuroessentialism (Peter B. Reiner) // 11. A neuroscientific approach to addiction: ethical concerns (Martina Reske and Martin P. Paulus) // 12. The neurobiology of addiction: implications for voluntary control of behavior (Steven E. Hyman) // 13. Neuroethics of free will (Patrick Haggard) //
PART III - MIND AND BODY // 14. Pharmaceutical cognitive enhancement (Sharon Morein-Zamir and Barbara J. Sahakian) // 15. Cognitive enhancement (Thomas Metzinger and Elisabeth Hildt) // 16. Chemical cognitive enhancement: is it unfair, unjust, discriminatory, or cheating for healthy adults to use smart drugs? (John Harris) // 17. Cognitive enhancement in courts (Anders Sandberg, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, and Julian Savulescu) // 18. Neuroethics and the extended mind (Neil Levy) // 19. Does cognitive enhancement fit with the physiology of our cognition? (Hervé Chneiweiss) // 20. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: defining a spectrum disorder and considering neuroethical implications (James M. Swanson, Timothy Wigal, Kimberley Lakes, and Nora D. Volkow) // PART IV - NEUROTECHNOLOGY // 21. Why neuroethicists are needed (Ruth Fischbach and Janet Mindes) // 22. Intersecting complexities in neuroimaging and neuroethics (Carole A. Federico, Sofia Lombera, and Judy Illes) // 23. Pediatric neuroimaging research (Michael R. Hadskis and Matthias H. Schmidt) // 24. Ethical issues in functional neurosurgery: emerging applications and controversies (Nir Lipsman and Mark Bernstein) // 25. Non-invasive brain stimulation as a therapeutic and investigative tool: an ethical appraisal (Alvaro Pascual-Leone, Felipe Fregni, Megan S. Steven-Wheeler, and Lachlan Forrow) // 26. Deep brain stimulation for treatment-resistant neuropsychiatric disorders (Debra J.H. Mathews, Peter V. Rabins, and Benjamin D. Greenberg) //
27. The ethical issues of trials of neural grafting in patients with neurodegenerative conditions (Roger A. Barker and Alasdair Coles) // 28. The ethics of nano/neuro convergence (George Khushf) // PART V - AGING AND DEMENTIA // 29. Neurobiological and neuroethical perspectives on the contribution of functional neuroimaging to the study of aging in the brain (Karima Kahlaoui, Maximiliano Wilson, Ana Ines Ansaldo, Bernadette Ska, and Yves Joanette) // 30. Clinical research on conditions affecting cognitive capacity (Samia Hurst) // 31. Ethical concerns and pitfalls in neurogenetic testing (Ging-Yuek Robin Hsiung) // 32. Neuroethical issues in early detection of Alzheimer’s disease (Marilyn S. Albert and Guy M. McKhann) // 33. The neuroethics of cognitive reserve (Jerry Samet and Yaakov Stern) // 34. Ethical issues in the management of Parkinsons disease (Silke Appel-Cresswell and A. Jon Stoessl) // 35. The other ethical challenge of neurodegenerative diseases (Adrian J. Ivinson) // 36. Future scoping: ethical issues in aging and dementia (Julian C. Hughes) // PART VI - LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY // 37. Incidental findings in neuroscience research: a fundamental challenge to the structure of bioethics and health law (Susan M. Wolf) // 38. What will be the limits of neuroscience-based mindreading in the law? (Emily R. Murphy and Henry T. Greely) //
39. For the law, neuroscience changes nothing and everything (Joshua Greene and Jonathan Cohen) // 40. New directions in neuroscience policy (Teneille R. Brown and Jennifer B. McCormick) // 41. Womens neuroethics (Stacey A. Tovino) // 42. Public representations of neurogenetics (Amy Zarzeczny and Timothy Caulfield) // 43. Brain trust: neuroscience and national security in the 21s’ century (Jonathan D. Moreno) // PART VII - SCIENCE, SOCIETY, AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES // 44. Neuroplasticity, culture, and society (Bruce E. Wexler) // 45. Neuroscience and neuroethics in the 21st century (Martha J. Farah) // 46. Neuroscience and the media: ethical challenges and opportunities (Eric Racine) // 47. Ethical issues in educational neuroscience: raising children in a brave new world (Zachary Stein, Bruno Della Chiesa, Christina Hinton, and Kurt W. Fischer) // 48. From the internationalization to the globalization of neuroethics: some perspectives and challenges (Daofen Chen and Remi Quirion) // 49. Global health ethics (Jessica Evert, Robert Huish, Gary Heit, Evaleen Jones, Scott Loeliger, and Steve Schmidbauer) // 50. Ethical perspectives: clinical drug trials in developing countries (Craig Van Dyke) // 51. Learning about neuroethics through health sciences online: a model for global dissemination (Kate Tairyan and Erica Frank) // EPILOGUE // 52. Neuroethics and the lure of technology (Joseph J. Fins) // Subject Index, Author Index

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