Eric Kandel Interview

ScienceBlogs.de, our German counterpart, is featuring an English-language interview with Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel:

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Pertinent to Tuesday's post, he discusses free will, and also drug treatment for behavior disorders, the unification of the sciences, and Sigmund Freud.

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It seems to me that cheating or NOT would depend more on individual values and a consideration of the consequence of choices made. For example: even if I "believed" in pre-determination, I must still consider the consequence of getting caught cheating or the impact on my reputation and standing with my peers.