Assessing the perceived value of neuroethics questions and policy to neuro-entrepreneurs Restricted; Files Only

Moss, Ankita (Spring 2020)

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“Neuroethics Questions to Guide Ethical Research in the International Brain Initiatives” delineates guiding questions for global neuroscience research. These questions tackle issues such as identity, morality, cross-cultural differences, privacy, and potential stakeholder involvement in ethical decision-making. This project aims to extend the work outlined in “Neuroethics Questions to Guide Ethical Research in the International Brain Initiatives” by assessing the perceived value of these ethical questions and categories to neuro-entrepreneurs, neuro-industry, and neuro-innovation.

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Background and Significance of Project 1

Figure 1: Cultural Swirl Theory 5

Hypothesis Stated 7

Methodology to Test Hypothesis 7

Figure 2: Final Concept Map 9

Results: Themes Identified During the Data Collection Process   12     

Figure 3: Final Categorical Themes 13

Discussion and Conclusion 25

References 30

Figures Listed 32

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