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Jonna Brenninkmeijer
Jonna Brenninkmeijer
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Taking care of one’s brain: How manipulating the brain changes people’s selves
J Brenninkmeijer
History of the Human Sciences 23 (1), 107-126, 2010
732010
Witness and silence in neuromarketing: managing the gap between science and its application
J Brenninkmeijer, T Schneider, S Woolgar
Science, Technology, & Human Values 45 (1), 62-86, 2020
622020
Neurotechnologies of the self: Mind, brain and subjectivity
J Brenninkmeijer
Springer, 2016
272016
From ‘hard’neuro-tools to ‘soft’neuro-toys? Refocussing the neuro-enhancement debate
J Brenninkmeijer, H Zwart
Neuroethics 10 (3), 337-348, 2017
242017
Reflection as a deliberative and distributed practice: assessing neuro-enhancement technologies via mutual learning exercises (MLEs)
H Zwart, J Brenninkmeijer, P Eduard, L Krabbenborg, S Laursen, ...
NanoEthics 11, 127-138, 2017
212017
Neurofeedback as a dance of agency
J Brenninkmeijer, J Brenninkmeijer
Neurotechnologies of the Self: Mind, Brain and Subjectivity, 117-139, 2016
192016
Informal laboratory practices in psychology
J Brenninkmeijer, M Derksen, E Rietzschel
Collabra: Psychology 5 (1), 45, 2019
152019
Brainwaves and psyches: A genealogy of an extended self
J Brenninkmeijer
History of the Human Sciences 28 (3), 115-133, 2015
122015
Brain technologies of the self: How working on the self by working on the brain constitutes a new way of being oneself
JM Brenninkmeijer
82013
Conversion disorder and/or functional neurological disorder: How neurological explanations affect ideas of self, agency, and accountability
J Brenninkmeijer
History of the Human Sciences 33 (5), 64-84, 2020
72020
Goede wetenschap: Een visie van binnenuit
S Jerak-Zuiderent, J Brenninkmeijer, A M'charek, J Pols
AmsterdamAmsterdam UMC, locatie AMC, 2021
52021
The brain as an agentic system: how the brain is articulated in the field of neuroenhancement
J Brenninkmeijer
Sociology of health & illness 41 (1), 112-127, 2019
52019
Enacting the ‘consuming’brain: An ethnographic study of accountability redistributions in neuromarketing practices
T Schneider, J Brenninkmeijer, S Woolgar
The Sociological Review 70 (5), 1025-1043, 2022
32022
Achieving societal and academic impacts of research: A comparison of networks, values, and strategies
J Brenninkmeijer
Science and Public Policy 49 (5), 728-738, 2022
22022
Achieving good science: The integrity of scientific institutions
J Pols, A M'charek, S Jerak-Zuiderent, J Brenninkmeijer
Learning and Teaching 17 (1), 24-53, 2024
12024
Brain devices and the marvel
J Brenninkmeijer, J Brenninkmeijer
Neurotechnologies of the Self: Mind, Brain and Subjectivity, 11-44, 2016
12016
Brain technologies of the self
JM Brenninkmeijer
Annual Meeting of the Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), 2012
12012
Epistemologische diversiteit: droom, nachtmerrie of alledaags gegeven?
J Pols, J Brenninkmeijer, S Meirmans, M Derksen
AmsterdamAmsterdam University Press, 2023
2023
Intermezzo: From Self to Others to Agents
J Brenninkmeijer, J Brenninkmeijer
Neurotechnologies of the Self: Mind, Brain and Subjectivity, 109-116, 2016
2016
Glancing Behind the Scenes
J Brenninkmeijer, J Brenninkmeijer
Neurotechnologies of the Self: Mind, Brain and Subjectivity, 45-76, 2016
2016
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