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Nick Fitz
Nick Fitz
Center for Advanced Hindsight, Startup Lab, Duke University
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The challenge of crafting policy for do-it-yourself brain stimulation
NS Fitz, PB Reiner
Journal of Medical Ethics 41 (5), 410-412. (Online First 3 June 2013), 2015
1272015
Public attitudes toward cognitive enhancement
NS Fitz, R Nadler, P Manogaran, EWJ Chong, PB Reiner
Neuroethics 7 (2), 173-188. (Online First 28 August 2013), 2014
109*2014
Batching smartphone notifications can improve well-being
N Fitz, K Kushlev, R Jagannathan, T Lewis, D Paliwal, D Ariely
Computers in Human Behavior 101, 84-94, 2019
922019
Economic inequality: It's far worse than you think
NS Fitz
Scientific American, 2015
432015
Empirical support for the moral salience of the therapy-enhancement distinction in the debate over cognitive, affective and social enhancement
LY Cabrera, NS Fitz, PB Reiner
Neuroethics 8 (3), 243-256. (Online First 19 October 2014), 2015
332015
Reasons for comfort and discomfort with pharmacological enhancement of cognitive, affective, and social domains
LY Cabrera, NS Fitz, PB Reiner
Neuroethics 8 (2), 93-106. (Online First 10 October 2014), 2015
322015
Public attitudes toward child undervaccination: a randomized experiment on evaluations, stigmatizing orientations, and support for policies
RM Carpiano, NS Fitz
Social Science & Medicine 185, 127-136, 2017
312017
Time to expand the mind
NS Fitz, PB Reiner
Nature 531 (7592), S9-S9, 2016
192016
The perils of using electrical stimulation to change human brains
NS Fitz, PB Reiner
The Stimulated Brain, 61-83, 2014
192014
Neurotechnology research and the world stage: ethics, biopower, and policy
MA Anderson, NS Fitz, D Howlader
Neurotechnology: Premises, Potential, and Problems, 287-300, 2012
122012
The multiplicity of memory enhancement: Practical and ethical implications of the diverse neural substrates underlying human memory systems
KCR Fox, NS Fitz, PB Reiner
Neuroethics 10 (3), 375-388, 2017
62017
Reasons for comfort and discomfort with pharmacological enhancement of cognitive, affective, and social domains. Neuroethics 8: 93–106
LY Cabrera, NS Fitz, PB Reiner
52015
Reasons for comfort and discomfort with pharmacological enhancement of cognitive, affective, and social domains. Neuroethics, 8 (2), 93–106
LY Cabrera, NS Fitz, PB Reiner
52015
Buttressing regulation of cognitive enhancement devices with principles of harm reduction
NS Fitz, PB Reiner
Journal of Law and the Biosciences 1 (3), 322-327, 2014
42014
Three visions of diversity in neuroethics
NS Fitz, R Nadler
Kopf Carrier, 2013
42013
Technophilia and the new media
R Benedikter, NS Fitz
Synesis: A Journal of Science, Technology, Ethics, and Policy 2 (1), 62-68, 2011
42011
Anomalous Monism: supervenience, non-strict laws, and rational explanation
NS Fitz, D Gumm
Aporia 20 (2), 35-53, 2010
32010
Stigma of migraine
R Shapiro, N Fitz, RB Lipton, PB Reiner
Neurologia (Greece) 26, 23, 2017
22017
Socio-demographic and individual characteristics associated with stigmatizing attitudes towards people with migraine
RE Shapiro, NS Fitz, RB Lipton, PB Reiner
Headache 55, 259-260, 2015
12015
How and why people make judgments about the practical, moral, and societal implications of neuroenhancement technologies
NS Fitz
University of British Columbia, 2016
2016
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