Neuroprivacy and 2) New Research of the Nervous System Part 1) Due to recent advancements in our ability to measure the electrical activity of the brain, "neuroprivacy" has become an ethical buzzword for neuroscientists. What is neuroprivacy? How close are we to really knowing what another person is thinking? How much should the government regulate the research that might lead to neuroprivacy concerns? Given that medical personnel will remove articles of clothing from the outside of a person without regard for privacy in a medical emergency, how should neuroprivacy be handled in a medical emergency? Should commercial companies have access to your neural records for marketing purposes, or probation officers or judges in court have access for determination of flight risk or criminal intent, or insurance companies have access for determining your probability for engaging in risky behaviors? Is this different or should it be different than when insurance companies charge different rates based on the weight of an individual? Be sure to answer these questions in one initial post and then comment on at least two other posts. http://www.abcny.org/pdf/report/Neuroprivacy-revisions.pdf http://liblogs.albany.edu/UNL_206/2008/04/neuroprivacy.html http://mindhacks.com/2006/06/27/brain-based-lie-detection-now-commercially-available/ 300 words or more – max 400. ———————————————————————————————— Part 2 New Research of the Nervous System Go out on the web and find out about the newest most interesting research being done on the nervous system. Write a brief description of that research that includes: What questions are being asked? What methods are being used? Are there any applications to humans? Are there any ethical/moral/legal dilemmas involved in the research? Be sure to post an initial answer to these questions and comment on two other posts. 200 words .
June 21, 2017
Assignment 3: Environmental Issues and the Industrial Revolution
June 21, 2017

FPSY ASSIGNMENT

FPSY ASSIGNMENT
a 2–4 page paper (Capstone Project Comprehensive Report Section 3) that answers the following questions:
What is the defendant being charged with (e.g., Felony Theft)?
What is the defendant’s mental diagnosis (e.g., Schizophrenia)?
What are the diagnostic criteria for the defendant’s mental disorder?
What information do you think the judge and jury should know about the defendant’s mental disorder?
Christopher Jackson is a 24-year-old, single African American male who was arrested on December 20 for First Degree Arson. Allegedly, he set fire to a homeless shelter
affiliated with his Baptist Church. According to the police report, Christopher was staying at the shelter and lit a fire next to his cot in order to stay warm. The
bedding quickly ignited and the fire spread throughout the shelter. No one was seriously injured. Christopher stated that he didn’t know he shouldn’t light a fire
indoors and didn’t think anything bad would happen. Upon review of records, Mr. Jackson completed the 11th grade, but had to repeat grades 1 and 3. He was enrolled in
Special Education classes throughout junior high and high school, but didn’t complete school due to poor performance. At the age of 10, he was tested by the school
district, and was found to have a full-scale IQ of 77. Since high school, he has worked a variety of odd jobs, but has been unable to maintain longterm employment. He
has difficulty maintaining social relationships, and is impaired in social interaction. Christopher’s unusual behaviors (washing his hands frequently, making sure
items are put in a certain order, etc.) also negatively affect his interactions and his ability to hold down a job. During high school, a school psychologist diagnosed
Christopher with Borderline Intellectual Functioning and Asperger’s Disorder.

 

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