Neuroethics is an interdisciplinary research area that focuses on the ethical issues raised by our increased understanding of the brain and ability to monitor and influence it, as well as on ethical issues that emerge from our concomitant deepening understanding of the biological bases of agency and ethical decision-making.
How to navigate this study track:
- Users are encouraged to begin with the content provided in the Lectures section, starting with lecture 1 and continuing through the series before moving on to the content provided in the Courses section. The content in this section is intended to provide users with an overview to the types of content contained in the courses in the Courses section
- Please note that courses in the Courses section are not listed in any particular order; and thus, this section should be approached based on the interests of the user
- On each lecture's landing page, there is a section called Related content, which hyper links to either more in-depth or thematically related content