James Beauregard is a Lecturer in the psychology doctoral program at Rivier University, Nashua, New Hampshire where he teaches neuropsychology, biological bases of behavior and Aging.
His research interests are in the fields of neuroethics and personalist philosophy including the intersection of these two areas as they impact our understandings of personhood.
He is a member of
- the National Academy of Neuropsychology,
- British Personalist Forum,
- the American Catholic Philosophical Association,
- and the International Neuroethics Society.
I wish to thank Alan Ford and Simon Smith for their very helpful comments as this article was being prepared.