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The Science in Society Review - Brown University [Spring 2010]

The Science in Society Review - Brown University [Spring 2010]

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ASU Berkeley Brown • Cambridge • CMU Cornell • Dartmouth • Georgetown • Harvard • JHU LSE Northwestern • NUS Oxford • Penn • UChicago • UCL UNC Chapel Hill • University of Melbourne • UCSD • Yale
Neuromarketing
Who Decides What You Buy?The Science of LoveMusic Facilitating Speech:Melodic Intonation Therapy forPatients with Speech De
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Vol 7 Spring 2010 | BrownA Production of The Triple HelixThe International Journal of Science, Society and Law
 
THE TRIPLE HELIX
 A global forum for science in society
The Triple Helix, Inc. is the world’s largest completely student-run organizationdedicated to taking an interdisciplinary approach toward evaluating the trueimpact of historical and modern advances in science.
Work with tomorrow’s leaders
Our international operations unite talentedundergraduates with a drive for excellence atover 25 top universities around the world.
Imagine your readership
Bring fresh perspectives and your own analysisto our academic journal, The Science in SocietyReview, which publishes International Featuresacross all of our chapters.
Reach our global audience
The E-publishing division showcases thelatest in scientific breakthroughs and policydevelopments through editorials and multimediapresentations.
Catalyze change and shape the future
Our new Science Policy Division will engagestudents, academic institutions, public leaders,and the community in discussion and debateabout the most pressing and complex issuesthat face our world today.All of the students involved in The Triple Helix understand that the fast pace ofscientific innovation only further underscores the importance of examining theethical, economic, social, and legal implications of new ideas and technologies— only then can we completely understand how they will change our everydaylives, and perhaps even the norms of our society.
Come join us!
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENTTEAMChief Executive Officer
Julia Piper
Executive Editor-in-Chief
Bharat Kilaru
Executive Editor-in-Chief,E-Publishing
Zain Pasha
Executive Production Editors
Chikaodili OkanemeYang Zhang
Chief Operating Officer,North America
Daniel Choi
Chief Operating Officer,Europe
Hannah Price
Chief Operating Officer, Asia
Kevin Pye Phyo Nay Yaung
Chief Operating Officer,Australia
Elizabeth Zuccala
Chief Technical Officer
Nandita Seshadri
Executive Director of SciencePolicy
Karen Hong
Executive Director of Businessand Marketing
Anshul Parulkar
Executive Director of InternalAffairs
Jennifer Yang
INTERNATIONAL DIRECTORSAnnual Meeting PlanningCommittee
Jennifer OngRoza AnbariAlexander HanSteven He
Business and MarketingDivision
Alexander Han
Member Resources Division
Nikhita Parandekar
Science Policy Division
Paul ShiuHann-Shuin Yew
GLOBAL LITERARY &PRODUCTIONSenior Literary Editors
Dayan LiJennifer OngJonathan Sung
E-Publishing Editors
Kevin Pye Phyo Nay YaungMira PatelMatthew HowardArjun GhoshPriya Malhotra
Managing Production Editor
Darwin Chan
Senior Production Editors
Luna ChenJessica LeeJasmine Chuang
Production Editors
Becca LiuBaher GuirguisAnnie ChiaoNancy LiZhihan YeReshmi Radhakrishnan
BOARD OF DIRECTORSKalil Abdullah
Manisha BhattacharyaJoel GabreKevin HwangMelissa MatareseErwin Wang
TRIPLE HELIX CHAPTERSNorth America Chapters
Arizona State UniversityBrown UniversityCarnegie Mellon UniversityCornell UniversityGeorgetown UniversityHarvard UniversityJohn Hopkins UniversityNorthwestern UniversityUniversity of California,BerkeleyUniversity of California, SanDiegoUniversity of ChicagoUniversity of North Carolina,Chapel HillUniversity of PennsylvaniaYale University
Europe Chapters
Cambridge University
Asia Chapters
National University ofSingapore
Australia Chapters
University of Melbourne
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Cover design courtesy of Victoria Phan, UCSD
Neuroscience ofMeditation:
Perspectives,conversations andcontroversy
Science of Love:
A closer look at acarefully orchestratedprocess
MedicalMalpractice:
No-fault reforms as asolution
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Cover Article
4 Neuromarketing: Who Decides What You Buy?
Local Articles
6 Williams Syndrome: Perhaps the Missing Link in the Nature-NurtureDebate for the Presence of Absolute Pitch8 A Faultless Fix for Medical Malpractice?10 Corporate Medicine: The Economics of Physician-Owned SpecialtyHospitals12 The Science of Love14 Music Facilitating Speech: Melodic Intonation Therapy for Patientswith Speech De
cits17 From Bench to Bedside: The Ongoing Controversy of Adult vs.Embryonic Stem Cells20 “Re-Evolution”: One Receptor’s Impact on Evolutionary Theory
International Features
23 From Bacon to Human Babies: Ethical Con
ict in Pigs as SurrogateMothers26 Romantic Roots: Shelley’s Deep Ecology28
E. coli
: The Cure for Cancer?30 The Neuroscience of Meditation: Perspectives, Conversations, andControversy32 A New Age of Water Politics34 Fighting Disease: Are Global Funds Misallocated?
Victoria Phan, UCSD Aviel E
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a Castello Tickell MariaLisa I 
oeLakir PatelLauren PischelDaniel Brewer, ASU Elizabeth Koebele, ASU Kenneth Gao, BerkeleyCynthia Peng, CMU Dan Plechaty, UChicagoChana Messinger, UChicago
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