Building on AAAS's long-standing commitment to relate scientific knowledge and technological development to the purposes and concerns of society at large, the Dialogue on Science, Ethics, and Religion (DoSER) facilitates communication between scientific and religious communities.
Neuroscience, Brain & Mind Resources
Below you will find a collection of resources to help you explore the topic of Neuroscience, Brain & Mind, including past DoSER events, DoSER publications, and AAAS resources, as well as some external resources.
The Origins and Nature of Sociality edited by Robert W. Sussman and Audrey R. Chapman, 2004. Walter de Gruyter, New York. Order from Amazon ($65.95 hardcover; $32.95 paperback; plus S/H).
AAAS Section – Neuroscience
AAAS Neuroscience and the Law
Science: Memory-Triggering Therapy May Help Ward off Cravings for Ex-Addicts, [12 April 2012]
Science Translational Medicine: Blast-Related Injuries May Increase Veterans’ Risk of Brain Disorder, [16 May 2012]
AAAS Capitol Hill Briefing: Neuroscience Raises Dramatic Hopes—and Key Social Issues, [22 August 2011]
NIDA Director, in Talk at AAAS, Details New Perspectives on Addiction, Treatment, [8 August 2011]
AAAS Hosts Mock Trial Focused on Neuroscience in the Courtroom, [15 December 2011]
- Society for Neuroscience
- The Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education
- Neuroscience for Kids! from the University of Washington
- Neuroscience Education from the University of Washington
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