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How Happy Is Too Happy?



Christopher Harris

Christopher Harris

Posted: Feb 14, 2013


IEET Contributor Chris Harris discusses the paper “How Happy Is Too Happy? Euphoria, Neuroethics, and Deep Brain Stimulation of the Nucleus Accumbens” published by Synofzik et al, in AJOB Neuroscience 3(1),


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