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Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of neuroenhancer.

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Examples

  • There’s no evidence that so-called "neuroenhancers" work better than lifestyle measures such as getting enough sleep, taking walks, and engaging your mind, our consultants say.

    Brain boosters in a bottle?

  • Academy of Neurology warns people about using neuroenhancers.

    Brain boosters in a bottle?

  • For many people, however, the temptation of neuroenhancers may be hard to resist.

    Brain Boosters

  • According to early testing, these neuroenhancers may well prolong cognitive ability in people over 50.

    E. Jean Carroll: Fashion Week: Prettier Brains for Fall

  • I called Dr. Ronald Kessler, Professor of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School, one of the authors of the ground-breaking Nature paper on the ethics of prescribing neuroenhancers (Kessler and his co-authors concluded that if the drug was pronounced safe, the only moral response was to make it available to everyone).

    E. Jean Carroll: Fashion Week: Prettier Brains for Fall

  • And since you don't need neuroenhancers to follow 140-character dispatches, I checked out a few of them.

    Simplify: Less is Less

  • In late 2007 the British Medical Association (BMA) took up the medical and moral challenges of neuroenhancers by publishing a "discussion paper" called Boosting your brainpower: ethical aspects of cognitive enhancements.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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    Michael B. Laskoff: Neuroenhancers, Hamburgers and the Meaning of Smart

  • As the article mentions: According to McCabe’s research team, white male undergraduates at highly competitive schools — especially in the Northeast — are the most frequent collegiate users of neuroenhancers.

    The New Yorker on the underground world of “neuroenhancing” drugs. - Boing Boing

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    Michael B. Laskoff: Neuroenhancers, Hamburgers and the Meaning of Smart

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