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U.S. Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act

01/10/2008


The technology [of fMRI] has nourished the growth of various commercial and academic industries; it has dramatically contributed to “neurologize” research into the human (and the criteria by which it is evaluated) and has been occasionally misused for worthy purposes (as when it was wielded as evidence that mental illness is organic, decisively contributing to the adoption of the U.S. Mental Health Parity Act of 2008).


Vidal, Fernando and Ortega, Francisco. Being Brains: Making the Cerebral Subject (Forms of Living)....

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All events in the topic Chap. 2: Disciplines of the Neuro:


01/01/1977 (Aprox)First use of the term NeuropoliticsFirst use of the term Neuropolitics
01/01/2002 (Aprox)Neuropolitics, by William ConnollyNeuropolitics, by William Connolly
01/01/1990 (Aprox)NeuroXNeuroX
31/03/2010Neuro Lit Crit
01/01/2007 (Aprox)fMRI: A New Research Tool, by APAfMRI: A New Research Tool, by APA
01/10/2008U.S. Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act
01/01/1924 (Aprox)01/01/1934 (Aprox)The Development of ElectroencephalographyThe Development of Electroencephalography
01/01/1991 (Aprox)Invention of fMRIInvention of fMRI