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Summer 2014–Dr. Nicole Vincent and Stephanie Hare talk Madness & Badness

Dr. Nicole Vincent (GSU) will orally present a paper that she is working on with PhD student, Stephanie Hare (GSU) this summer in Florence, Italy. The talk is slated for Friday, June 6th and is titled, “I’m gonna kill the duck-rabbit: discerning madness from badness.” More info regarding the conference…

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Dr. Karen Rommelfanger speaking at UPenn and University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Dr. Karen Rommelfanger (Emory) is slated to give two upcoming talks.  On April 3rd (just a couple of days away), Karen will give a talk titled, “Mind Over Matter: Placebo for Psychogenic Movement Disorders” at the University of Pennsylvania.  In addition, on April 12th, Karen will give the keynote address at…

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Dr. Nicole Vincent discusses the Burdens of Cognitive Enhancement, April 10

Dr. Vincent (GSU) will be delivering a talk at the University of Alabama at Birmingham on Thursday, April 10 at 6:30pm in UBOB 108.  She will discuss the hot topic of cognitive enhancement and its relationship to responsibility.  For instance, Dr. Vincent will argue that each of us may have…

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Stephanie Hare featured on Neuroethics Women Leaders website

Stephanie Hare (doctoral student fellow in neuroethics, GSU) was recently featured on the Neuroethics Women (NEW) Leaders website (access link here). The NEW Leader network reaches out to women scholars in a variety of disciplines including (but not limited to) psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, law and policy.  The NEW Leaders site provides opportunities for…

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Recent Publications

ANEC would like to announce and highlight some of the outstanding work by current members by acknowledging some recent publications. Dr. Karen Rommelfanger (Emory), Dr. Paul Root Wolpe (Emory) and John Trimper (Emory) recently had an opinion piece published in the first-tier electronic journal, Frontiers in Neuroengineering, in which they discussed the ethical…