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Twenty-first Century Neuroscience: From Lab and Clinic to Home, School and Office

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Air date: Wednesday, May 02, 2012, 3:00:00 PM
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Category: Wednesday Afternoon Lectures
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Description: Until recently, advances in brain science have fallen into one of two categories: basic science and applied medical science. In the past few years a new category of advance has emerged: neuroscience applied to nonmedical problems, from fields as diverse as business, law, education and warfare. I will present possible reasons for this change in the landscape of neuroscience research and development, review some illustrative examples, and discuss some of the ethical, legal and societal implications of nonmedical applied neuroscience.

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NLM Title: Twenty-first century neuroscience : from lab and clinic to home, school and office [electronic resource] / Martha J. Farah.
Series: Wednesday afternoon lecture series
Author: Farah, Martha J.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
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Other Title(s): Wednesday afternoon lecture series
Abstract: (CIT): Until recently, advances in brain science have fallen into one of two categories: basic science and applied medical science. In the past few years a new category of advance has emerged: neuroscience applied to nonmedical problems, from fields as diverse as business, law, education and warfare. I will present possible reasons for this change in the landscape of neuroscience research and development, review some illustrative examples, and discuss some of the ethical, legal and societal implications of nonmedical applied neuroscience.
Subjects: Neurosciences--trends
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