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Neuroethics Video


Free Resource (#422) - October 25th, 2007
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This MIT World lecture on streaming audio & video is a sort of debate over whether today's approach to neuroscience is ethical. MIT Professor of Psychology Stephan Chorover derides the notion that all human experience can be reduced to neuroscience and speaks of the dangerous consequences that result from this dogma. Professor of Neuroscience Mriganka Sur agrees with him that there are complexities in human behavior, but still sees great importance in the attempt to determine the scientific ways our brains work. Check it out.


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