The neuroethics of non-invasive brain stimulation

@article{Kadosh2012TheNO,
  title={The neuroethics of non-invasive brain stimulation},
  author={Roi Cohen Kadosh and Neil Levy and Jacinta O'Shea and Nicholas Shea and Julian Savulescu},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={22},
  pages={R108-R111}
}
Transcranial direct current stimulation (TDCS) is a brain stimulation tool that is portable, painless, inexpensive, apparently safe, and with potential long-term efficacy. Recent results obtained from TDCS experiments offer exciting possibilities for the enhancement and treatment of normal or impaired abilities, respectively. We discuss new neuroethical problems that have emerged from the usage of TDCS, and also focus on one of the most likely future applications of TDCS: enhancing learning and… CONTINUE READING
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