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Published: 29 September 2012

288 Pages

9.7 x 6.7 inches

ISBN: 9780199596492

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I Know What You're Thinking

Brain imaging and mental privacy

Edited by Sarah D. Richmond, Geraint Rees, and Sarah J. L. Edwards

  • A groundbreaking interdisciplinary work considering one of the major ethical concerns in neuroscience today, presenting views on mental privacy from philosophers, ethicists, and neuroscientists
  • Includes coverage of topics that have been the subject of much media attention, including the findings that people in a vegetative state can display evidence of conscious thought, and the application of neuroimaging evidence in the courtroom to establish the guilt of a suspect
  • Includes chapters from a range of specialists in their respective fields, demonstrating how mental privacy is an important ethical problem for a range of disciplines

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