Table of contents for The ethical brain / Michael S. Gazzaniga.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Part I: Lifespan Neuroethics
1. Conferring Moral Status on an Embryo
2. The Aging Brain
Part II: Brain Enhancement
3. Better Brains Through Genes
4. Training the Brain 
5. Shaping the Smart Brain with Drugs
Part III: Free Will, Personal Responsibility and the Law
6. My Brain Made Me Do It
7. Anti-social Thoughts and the Right to Privacy
8. The Brain Produces a Poor Autobiography
Part IV: Moral Beliefs and the Concept of Universal Ethics
9. The Believing Brain
10. Toward a Universal Ethics
Endnotes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cognitive neuroscience -- Moral and ethical aspects.