A cool short animated video on the ethics of using neurotechnology to prevent violent crime.
A fascinating look at the three parts of the brain: cells, mental states, and products of the brain.
Beginning with a definition of cognitive enhancement (using off-label drugs to improve normal brain abilities), this talk discusses amphetamines and executive function.
David Eagleman on the connections between neuroscience and the law.
Can violence be predicted or explained with neuroimaging tools? Consider the issues in this neuroethics lecture.
Taking SSRIs and other psych medications for mood enhancement, rather than treating a severe disorder.
Snappy talk explaining neuroimaging methods and how to critique results that appear in the media.
Controversial issues in the potential use of neuroimaging for psychiatric diagnosis and in law.
The role of mental health courts: why and how.
Basics of neurolaw.