- Title Pages
- List of figures and tables
- One Biology and the drive for human improvement
- Two How knowledge gets made in neuroscience and molecular biology
- Three Blaming the brain
- Four The precarious infant brain
- Five The cat is out of the bag: from early intervention to child protection
- Six Perfecting people: the inexorable rise of prevention science
- Seven Epigenetics: rat mum to my Mum?
- Eight Human epigenetics prematurely born(e)?
- Nine Are 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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