- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Introduction
- Chapter 2 The ethical debate on human enhancement and cognitive enhancement by way of biotechnologies
- Chapter 3 Overclocking the brain? The potential and limitations of cognition-enhancing drugs
- Chapter 4 Neuroenhancement: a call for better evidence on safety and efficacy
- Chapter 5 Exaggerating the benefits and downplaying the risks in the bioethical debate on cognitive neuroenhancement
- Chapter 6 The effects of Modafinil on creativity: results from a randomized controlled trial
- Chapter 7 Does modafinil improve cognitive functioning in healthy individuals?
- Chapter 8 Cognitive enhancement using noninvasive brain stimulation: weighing opportunity, feasibility, and risk
- Chapter 9 The use of brain stimulation technology for cognitive enhancement and the potential for addiction
- Chapter 10 Debunking the ethical neuroenhancement debate
- Chapter 11 The evolutionary limits to neuroenhancement
- Chapter 12 Enhancement and therapy: is it possible to draw a line?
- Chapter 13 On the argument that enhancement is “cheating”<sup>1</sup>
- Chapter 14 Psychiatric nosology and cognitive enhancement
- Chapter 15 Will cognitive enhancement lead to more well-being? The case of people with disabilities
- Chapter 16 The legal aspects of cognitive enhancement
- Chapter 17 Students and “smart drugs”
- Chapter 18 Lessons for enhancement from the history of cocaine and amphetamine use
- Chapter 19 Challenges in regulating the use of stimulant drugs for cognitive enhancement in normal individuals
- Rethinking Cognitive Enhancement
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