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  • Genes to Cognition Online
    Neuroscience research has progressed rapidly in the last few decades and techniques at every level of analysis have become increasingly powerful. With this power comes huge responsibility, and ethics in neuroscience concerns its appropriate use. It relates to subjects such as cognitive enhancement, medication, privacy, and morality. Genetic testing is one area of research that carries significant ethical ramifications. Professor Kay Jamison discusses these issues in The Value of Diversity. Another issue that has attracted recent controversy is medication, specifically over-medication. Professor Tom Insel tackles this topic in Under-Medication and Over-Medication. Stem cell research has also generated recent ethical controversy, both as a technique and instr
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