Developments in Neuroethics and Bioethics is a brand-new series, developed with the aim of addressing developments in neuroethics and connected topics in biomedical ethics, and responding to the need for a comprehensive review publication addressing contemporary aspects of neuroethics and the broader biomedical challenges in the field. Such texts and comprehensive sources of information are still rare as neuroethics is a relatively new discipline.
Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, the serial will focus on the ethical, legal and social challenges generated by developments in neuroscience, as well as associated broader and intersecting bioethical concerns. Each thematic volume is edited by leading neuroscience and bioethics subject experts, providing authoritative review articles on key issues in the field. Volumes will be specifically designed to ensure the reader is equipped with in-depth overviews of latest topic developments and future directions. In addition, the serial will also provide a forum for emerging leaders in the field and will offer critical exploration of dynamic topic themes. This is a key reference for interdisciplinary scholars in research, policy-makers, educators, students, and practitioners in the fields of public mental health and pain research, treatment, and management, among other neuroethics and bioethics disciplines. It should be appealing to those interested in issues ranging from basic science to the humanities, or those involved in related disciplines such as bioethics and psychiatry.