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作者 Barcelona Social Brain Conference (2nd : 2012 : Barcelona, Spain)
書名 Sociability, responsibility and criminality : from lab to law / [issue editors, Adolf Tobeña and Oscar Vilarroya]
出版項 [Boston, Mass.] : [Published by Wiley on behalf of the New York Academy of Sciences], 2013
國際標準書號 9781573318723 (print)
1573318728 (print)
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (106 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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系列 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; v. 1299
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; v. 1299
附註 "Presents most of the talks presented at the second Barcelona Social Brain Conference, entitled "Neuroethics: from Lab to Law - A Scientific Scrutiny of Sociability, Responsibility and Criminality" held in Barcelona, Spain, on November 12-13, 2012." --Introduction
"September 2013."
"Neuroethics is a developing scientific field addressing the neurobiological bases of critical sociological issues. The field of neuroethics includes both the "neuroscience of ethics," an exploration of the neurology underpinning ethical concepts like moral judgment, the neural predisposition toward criminality, and legal responsibility; and "the ethics of neuroscience," which focuses on the ethics of applying neuroscientific or genetic information toward legal, predictive, and therapeutic ends. Recent progress has been made in understanding the neurological processes and constraints in decision making and the neurological and genetic factors underlying criminal and addictive behaviors, as well as the sociocultural vectors and value systems driving the dynamics of insurgency and terrorism. Advances in neuroimaging, psychopharmacology, and genetics offer new possibilities for evaluation and intervention for problematic attributes of human behavior. Proponents of neuroethics argue that such new understandings of neurobiology can have tremendous benefits to human society, but that interpretations of these findings require careful critical and ethical consideration. As our understanding of moral decisions, values, and responsibility progresses, it becomes necessary to rigorously define the ethics of predictive psychiatry and the limits of the manipulation of will, character, and belief"--Society website
Includes bibliographical references
Introduction to sociability, responsibility, and criminality: from lab to law / Oscar Vilarroya, Mónica Tolsanas, Antoni Bulbena and Adolf Tobeña -- The wicked in court: a neuroscientific primer / Adolf Tobeña -- Sacred values in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: resistance to social influence, temporal discounting, and exit strategies / Hammad Sheikh, Jeremy Ginges and Scott Atran -- The neuroimaging of sacred values / Oscar Vilarroya and Joseph Hilferty -- Emotional learning and the development of differential moralities: implications from research on psychopathy / R. James R. Blair, Stuart F. White, Harma Meffert and Soonjo Hwang -- Their pain, our pleasure: stereotype content and schadenfreude / Mina Cikara and Susan T. Fiske -- Individualistic and social motives for justice judgments / Jan-Willem van Prooijen -- The evolutionary roots of human collaboration: coordination and sharing of resources / Alicia P. Melis -- Trust and cooperation: a new experimental approach / Cristina Acedo and Antoni Gomila -- Cognitive mechanisms for the evolution of religious thought / Sabela Fondevila and Manuel Martín-Loeches -- Neural reality and social convention: do they overlap? / Jesús Mosterín -- Corrigendum: Molecular determinants of ovarian cancer chemoresistance: new insights into an old conundrum
Description based on online resource; title from resource home page (Wiley Online Library, viewed November 6, 2013)
鏈接 Print version: Sociability, responsibility, and criminality. Boston, Mass. : John Wiley, 2013 1573318728 (OCoLC)860943939
主題 Responsibility -- Congresses
Crime -- Sociological aspects -- Congresses
Social ethics -- Congresses
Neurobehavioral disorders -- Congresses
Brain -- Diseases -- Congresses
Behavior -- physiology -- Congresses
Social Behavior Disorders -- physiopathology -- Congresses
Neuropsychology -- Congresses
Behavioral Symptoms -- etiology -- Congresses
Social Responsibility -- Congresses
Crime -- Congresses
Neurosciences -- ethics -- Congresses
Electronic books
Alt Author Vilarroya, Òscar, editor of compilation
Tobeña, Adolf, 1950- editor of compilation
New York Academy of Sciences, issuing body
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