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Stephan Schleim

Stephan Schleim is currently assistant professor of theoretical psychology at the University of Groningen, Netherlands and at Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany. His research centers on theory of science, science communication, and science and society.

OM Contributions


  • Schleim, S. (2014). Critical neuroscience – or critical science? A perspective on the perceived normative significance of neuroscience. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 1-6.

  • Schleim, S. (2014). The half-life of the moral dilemma task – a case study in experimental (neuro-) philosophy. In J. Clausen & N. Levy (Eds.), Handbook of neuroethics (pp. 185-199). Berlin: Springer.

  • Schleim, S. (2014). Whose well-being? Common conceptions and misconceptions in the enhancement debate. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience, 8, 1-4.

  • Schleim, S. (2012). Brains in context in the neurolaw debate: The examples of free will and “dangerous” brains. International Journal for Law and Psychiatry, 35, 104-111.

  • Schleim, S., Spranger, T. M., Erk, S., & Walter, H. (2011). From moral to legal judgment: The influence of normative context in lawyers and other academics. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 6, 48-57.

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