Four posters whose authors are among the members of our Neurobioethics Group have been presented at the International Neuroethics Society (INS) Annual Meeting, Carnegie Institution for Science, Washington DC, November 10th -11th. One of them, regarding the activities (present and future) of our group was also presented at the Society for Neuroscience, Convention Center, Novembre 12th-16th. Two of the posters presented at the INS were particularly appreciated; their respective abstracts will be published in the Journal of Bioethics – Neuroscience (2012).
The title and authors of the abstracts are shown below (the posters’ abstracts that will be published are indicated by an asterix):
*1) NEUROSCIENCE NEWS JOURNALISM IN ITALY: WHEN ETHICAL STANDARDS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE by Pensieri C., Cavallotto A. and Gini A.
*2) HOW THE CRIMINAL “SHAPES” THE CRIME : A NEUROCOGNITIVE MODEL FOR PSYCHIATRIC FORENSIC EVALUATION by Casartelli L., Gini A., Baertschi B.
3) RACING FOR (NEUROCOGNITIVE ENHANCEMENT) : WHEN THE TRUE HUMAN PERSON IS AT THE STARTING BLOCKS by Gini A, Farisco M. and Benanti P.