Moral attitudes and willingness to induce cognitive enhancement and repair with brain stimulation

Moral attitudes and willingness to induce cognitive enhancement and repair with brain stimulation
The availability of technological means to enhance and repair human cognitive function raises questions about the perceived morality of their use. However, we have limited knowledge about the public's intuitive attitudes toward uses of brain stimulation. Studies that enlighten us about the public's willingness to endorse specific uses of brain stimulation on themselves and others could provide a basis for to understand the moral psychology guiding intuitions about neuromodulation and opportunities to inform public education and public policy. ... read more
Brain Stimulation Journal FeedBy John D. Medaglia, David Yaden, Chelsea Helion, Madeline Haslam