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What is a fair distribution of brains? with Anders Sandberg

This video is a recording of the London Futurists event on 17th Jan 2015, “What is a fair distribution of brains?”, featuring renowned neuroscience researcher and futurist philosopher Anders Sandberg: 157 more words


Must I cognitively enhance? Smart drugs and the moral and legal duties of high-responsibility professionals

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Role 1: You are a surgeon who will be performing a brain surgery in 30 minutes, and you have been working non-stop for the past 10 hours. 1,215 more words

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Cognitive Enhancement

This short video on cognitive enhancement was produced by second-year undergraduates at the University of Leicester. Through the use of role-play, and the ruminations of the central character “Dave”, they manage to capture many of the ethical issues associated with use of these compounds.

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Mountain Mist Herbs is a company that is committed to providing only the highest quality of organic, herbal supplements for cognitive enhancement. On their website I’ve created for them you can easily add their items to your shopping cart, checkout, view past orders and reorder, and much more! 12 more words

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The Seven Da Vincian Principles

According to Michael J. Gelb’s How to Think like Leonardo da Vinci these are the seven principles Da Vinci used for guiding his thinking and life.The names of the principles are in Da Vinci’s native Italian. 211 more words

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Cognition Enhancing Drugs

Cognition Enhancing Drugs is the title of a chapter in Nurturing the oder Brain and Mind By Greenwood and Parasuaman.  They note that “there is little doubt that estrogen protects both the brain and cognitive functioning not only in younger female animals and in women undergoing surgical menopause, but also in middle-aged women around the time of natural menopause.  292 more words

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A Neurocognitive Framework for Ameliorating Cognitive Aging

This post is taken from a chapter with the same name, “Ameliorating Cognitive Aging:  A Neurocognitive Framework”  in the book Nurturing the Older Brain and Mind  395 more words

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