GMU Introductory Neuroethics Course

This course will survey emerging ethical questions raised by recent neuroscientific discoveries on genetic and environmental factors that influence human behavior, decision-making, personality traits, and mental states.

Instructor: Dr. Nadine Kabbani

For information about Spring 2017 course, contact nkabbani@gmu.edu.

For all current posts on this post, see this slider on the Neuroethics Hub

Mind Guild – 2/8/16

Author: John von Neumann
Book Review:  "The Computer and the Brain"

Presenter:  Harold Morowitz

Time: 12 pm  EST
Date: Feb. 8, 2016
Place: Krasnow Institute

If you have any questions, please contact Harold Morowitz at morowitz@gmu.edu

GMU Neuro592

The human brain is often described as the most complex object in the universe. Tens of billions of nerve cells-tiny tree-like structures—make up a massive network with enormous computational power.

GMU Neuro592 is based on the book, Trees of the Brain, Roots of the Mind, by Giorgio Ascoli. This course reveals another aspect of the human brain: the stunning beauty of its cellular form. Doing so, Giorgio makes a provocative claim about the mind-brain relationship.

Select Krasnow Monday Seminars

Each Monday afternoon during the academic year, the Krasnow Institute hosts a seminar at 4:00 p.m. at which an invited guest speaker gives a presentation on a topic in the cognitive sciences. Presentations are finished by 5:00 p.m. and a discussion period follows. All are welcome.

All meetings will be held on the George Mason University Fairfax campus in Lecture Room 229 of the Krasnow Institute building.

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