This special issue of Neuroethics will focus on concussion and mild Traumatic Brain
Injury (mTBI). Concussion/mTBI affects millions of individuals each year and the
long term neurological effects of concussion are currently being debated.
Concussion is a common injury among professional, amateur and youth athletes in
many sports, and has also been called the “signature injury” of military personnel in
the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts. This significant public health problem has
received considerable attention in the popular press, and is an area of active research in the neurosciences, but is
an underdeveloped area of neuroethical inquiry.
Please find more information here: Neuroethics_CFP