A new study contradicts conventional assumptions that belief in free will is tied to a person's moral behavior. Researchers say free will may promote moral behavior in specific contexts, but it is not indicative of moral behavior overall.
A new study reports brain areas associated with moral and social disgust are triggered in people when they believe healthcare funding is split unequally.
Study established four general categories of claims made by companies for their consumer-based wearable brain devices. Researchers suggest better ways manufacturers could communicate both the positive and negative outcomes of using their products in a more ethical way.
Researchers call for regulations and ethical guidelines to help protect personal privacy and autonomy for those who use neurotechnologies.
University of Basel bioethicists have outlined a new biosecurity framework for neurotechnology. They call for regulations to protect the mental privacy and integrity of those the technologies are used on.
Researchers state healthy brain development should be considered a human right, not a privilege for the elite. Youths incarcerated in the U.S jail system are not having their cognitive and emotional development needs met, the study reports.