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Teaching Resources

We hope the resources on this page will be useful to people teaching courses on Neuroscience and Society, Neuroethics and related subjects.  In addition to a compilation of teaching tips specific to this subject matter and a link to our Open Educational Resource, we list syllabi for courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

If you have taught a course in this area we’d appreciate having a copy of your syllabus to post or a link to your course website.  Please send it to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

For video lectures, lecture slides and readings in neuroethics, please see the Neuroethics Open Educational Resource.

Here is a collection of tips on teaching neuroethics, prepared for the 2010 Neuroethics Society Meeting:

Resources for Teaching Neuroethics

Neuroethics: Shades of Gray download
Assignment #1 download
Jon Lepofsky, Carolina Friends School

2013 Mind, Brain, and Society download
Marvin Chun, Yale University
2012 Feminism, Sexuality, and Neuroethics download
Christina Gupta, Emory University
2011 Neuroscience & Society download
Martha Farah, University of Pennsylvania
2010 Neuroethics download
Jeffrey Poland, Brown University
2010 Neuroscience and Society link
Natasha Schull, MIT Open Course Software
2010 On the Human link
Gary Comstock, North Carolina State University
2010 Science & Society: Neuroethics download
Jeffrey Poland, Brown University
2010 Neuroethics link
Rudy Garns, Northern Kentucky University
2010 Neuroethics Seminar download
Judy Grisel, Furman University
2009 Neuroethics download
Howard Ducharme, University of Akron
2009 Neuroethics & the Extended Mind download
Christopher Ramey, Drexel University
2008 Neuroethics download
Paul Lennard and John Banja, Emory University
2007 Neuroethics download
Martha Farah, University of Pennsylvania
2007 Neuroscience and Society download
Martha Farah, University of Pennsylvania
2007 Minds and Brains download
Dan Lloyd, Trinity College
2006 Drugs: From Neurobiology to Ethics download
Steven Hyman, Harvard University
2006 Brain, Technology and Values download
Jacquelyn Kegley, CSU Bakersfield
2004 Biofutures download
Michael Fortun, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
2003 Perspectives on Cognitive Neuroscience: Mind Brain and Society download
Martha Farah, Steven Gross, Stephen Morse, University of Pennsylvania
2003 Neuroethics: Neurotechnology, Free Will, and the Privacy of Human Thought download
Judy Illes, Stanford University

2013 Contemporary Issues in Neuroethics download
John Banja, Karen Rommelfanger, Emory University
2010 Cognitive Neuroscience and the Media download
Daphna Shohamy, Columbia University
2009 Neuroethics and International Biolaw download
Peer 2 Peer University
2009 Neuroethics download
Kathinka Evers, Uppsala
2009 Perspectives in Neuroethics and Neurolaw download
Jonathan Marks, Penn State
2007 Neuroethics and Moral Psychology download
Jakob Elster, University of Oslo
2005 Theology, the Person & Neuroscience link
Robert Russell, Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences
2004 Neuroethics download
Paul Root Wolpe, Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania
2003 Cognitive Liberty and Neuroethics Readings download
Center for Cognitive Liberty and Ethics (CCLE)


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