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Título : Neurotechnologies : the need for an ethical commitment in their implementation
Autor : Barrera Valencia, Mauricio Alberto
Calderón Delgado, Liliana Amparo
metadata.dc.subject.*: Cerebro
Cerebro - Localización de sus funciones
Tecnología y ética
Brain - localization of functions
Technology and ethics
Fecha de publicación : 2015
Editorial : Universidad CES, Facultad de Psicología
Citación : Barrera Valencia, M. A., & Calderón Delgado, L. A. (2015). Neurotechnologies : the need for an ethical commitment in their implementation. Revista Ces Psicología, 8 (2), 1-3.
Resumen : ABSTRACT: Today, we are attending a growing supply of "neuro" services with the promise to improve the academic performance of children, achieve greater labor competitiveness and enjoy more satisfying social and affective relationships. Unfortunately, studies in which most of these developments are based are far from standards of validity and replicability to ensure their effectiveness. Even worse, many of the professionals who are providing these services lack adequate education and training that enables not only to use good equipment but also interpret the results and make appropriate adjustments to ensure greater well-being for patients, clients or students. It is clear that, the growth and use of these neurotechnologies can bring huge benefits for people, but for this, it is necessary to promote further development of research in the area, to evaluate the effectiveness of these procedures and allow quality training of human resources responsible for its implementation.
metadata.dc.identifier.eissn: 2011-3080
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