- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
OneBiology and the drive for human improvement
TwoHow knowledge gets made in neuroscience and molecular biology
ThreeBlaming the brain
FourThe precarious infant brain
FiveThe cat is out of the bag: from early intervention to child protection
SixPerfecting people: the inexorable rise of prevention science
SevenEpigenetics: rat mum to my Mum?
EightHuman epigenetics prematurely born(e)?
NineAre we broken? Fixing people (or society) in the 21st century
Appendix A:Signs and codes
Appendix B:The amygdala: the brain’s almond
Appendix C:Statistical primer
Appendix D:The definition of autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Appendix E:Critique of Cunha et al, 2010
The social implications of epigenetics and neuroscience
- Blinded by Science
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