Cognitive Enhancement

@inproceedings{Hildt2013CognitiveE,
  title={Cognitive Enhancement},
  author={Elisabeth Hildt and Andreas G{\"u}nter Franke},
  booktitle={Trends in Augmentation of Human Performance},
  year={2013}
}
Cognitive enhancement, which can be characterized as the attempt to increase cognitive functions such as attention or memory in healthy individuals, has received considerable attention during the last decade, both in the general public and in academic discourse. In spite of a very active interdisciplinary debate which has provided helpful reflections, categorizations and clarifications, the numerous questions and problems related to cognitive enhancement are far from having been exhaustively… CONTINUE READING
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