What are the possible unintended consequences of neuroscience research on social stigma and self-stigma?
Learning Goal: I’m working on a writing discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.In class, we discussed various methods of neuroimaging. The purpose of including neuroimaging in a discussion of cognitive psychology is to provide an additional level of analysis. We can use it to look at different speeds of information processing. We can ask about the areas of the brain involved in a task and whether a given person is showing deficits or strengths in completing a task. Although most imaging research only shows what a group of people do or how they perform on a task, it is possible to look at an individual and compare their performance to the group. In fact, that information could be used to determine the interventions a person is offered.What are the possible unintended consequences of neuroscience research on social stigma and self-stigma?(You are welcome to use examples from the popular media.)After you post, please respond to two to your peers to receive full credit.i will send u the two replies
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