Neuroethics:1-4 (forthcoming)

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This commentary critically examines a recent qualitative study, published in this issue of Neuroethics, on the attitudes of family caregivers toward evidence of covert consciousness in brain-injured patients.
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DOI 10.1007/s12152-019-09428-1
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