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Cognitive enhancers (aka ‘smart drugs’) improve the quality of life for patients with neuropsychiatric disorders and brain injury. However, off-label use of these ‘smart drugs’ is becoming increasingly commonplace as the public becomes aware of substances that can help one study longer or work more effectively.

Professor Barbara Sahakian, a world expert in the field of neuropsychopharmacology, invites you to learn more and participate in a debate on whether we should enhance cognition in healthy people.

This talk is being hosted by the Health and Welfare Research Group at CRASSH .

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