Veljko Dubljevic, Ph.D., D.Phil.
Veljko Dubljevic, Ph.D., D.Phil.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, North Carolina State University
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TitleCited byYear
The rising tide of tDCS in the media and academic literature
V Dubljević, V Saigle, E Racine
Neuron 82 (4), 731-736, 2014
892014
Prohibition or coffee shops: regulation of amphetamine and methylphenidate for enhancement use by healthy adults
V Dubljević
The American Journal of Bioethics 13 (7), 23-33, 2013
522013
Autonomy in neuroethics: Political and not metaphysical
V Dubljević
AJOB Neuroscience 4 (4), 44-51, 2013
342013
Toward a legitimate public policy on cognition-enhancement drugs
V Dubljevic
AJOB Neuroscience 3 (3), 29-33, 2012
302012
The ADC of moral judgment: Opening the black box of moral intuitions with heuristics about agents, deeds, and consequences
V Dubljević, E Racine
AJOB Neuroscience 5 (4), 3-20, 2014
272014
Why less praise for enhanced performance?: Moving beyond responsibility-shifting, authenticity, and cheating to a nature of activities approach
FS de Sio, N Faber, J Savulescu, N Vincent
Cognitive enhancement: ethical and policy implications in international …, 2016
242016
Cognitive enhancement and academic misconduct: a study exploring their frequency and relationship
V Dubljević, S Sattler, E Racine
Ethics & Behavior 24 (5), 408-420, 2014
242014
Principles of justice as the basis for public policy on psychopharmacological cognitive enhancement
V Dubljevic
Law, Innovation and Technology 4 (1), 67-83, 2012
222012
The impact of a landmark neuroscience study on free will: A qualitative analysis of articles using Libet and colleagues' methods
V Saigle, V Dubljević, E Racine
AJOB Neuroscience 9 (1), 29-41, 2018
212018
Neuroethics
E Racine, V Dubljević
212008
Neurostimulation devices for cognitive enhancement: toward a comprehensive regulatory framework
V Dubljević
Neuroethics 8 (2), 115-126, 2015
182015
Cognitive enhancement, rational choice and justification
V Dubljević
Neuroethics 6 (1), 179-187, 2013
182013
Cognitive enhancement: Ethical and policy implications in international perspectives
F Jotterand, V Dubljevic
Oxford University Press, 2016
152016
Ethics challenges of transition from paediatric to adult health care services for young adults with neurodevelopmental disabilities
E Racine, E Bell, A Yan, G Andrew, LE Bell, M Clarke, V Dubljevic, ...
Paediatrics & child health 19 (2), 65-68, 2014
152014
Moral enhancement meets normative and empirical reality: assessing the practical feasibility of moral enhancement neurotechnologies
V Dubljević, E Racine
Bioethics 31 (5), 338-348, 2017
142017
Cognitive enhancement with methylphenidate and modafinil: conceptual advances and societal implications
V Dubljević, CJ Ryan
Neurol Neurosci 4, 25-33, 2015
132015
Can neuroscience contribute to practical ethics? A critical review and discussion of the methodological and translational challenges of the neuroscience of ethics
E Racine, V Dubljević, RJ Jox, B Baertschi, JF Christensen, M Farisco, ...
Bioethics 31 (5), 328-337, 2017
102017
Nudging without ethical fudging: Clarifying physician obligations to avoid ethical compromise
E Bell, V Dubljevic, E Racine
The American Journal of Bioethics 13 (6), 18-19, 2013
92013
Media portrayal of a landmark neuroscience experiment on free will
E Racine, V Nguyen, V Saigle, V Dubljevic
Science and engineering ethics 23 (4), 989-1007, 2017
82017
“Clock shock,” motivational enhancement, and performance maintenance in Adderall use
R Ranisch, D Garofoli, V Dubljevic
AJOB Neuroscience 4 (1), 13-14, 2013
82013
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