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May 28, 2020

 

This message brings news about:                                          

A) Recent Neurolaw Publications

B) Forthcoming Publications

C) Neurolaw Publications in Spanish

D) Announcements

E) Other News

 

A. Recent Neurolaw Publications        

  1. Morris B. Hoffman & Frank Krueger, The Neuroscience of Blame and Punishment , in Self, Culture and Consciousness: Interdisciplinary Convergences on Knowing and Being 207–23 (Sangeetha Menon et al. eds., 2018).

  2. Wayne A. Gordon, Lisa A. Spielman, Amanda E. Hahn-Ketter & Karla Therese L. Sy, The Relationship Between Traumatic Brain Injury and Criminality in Juvenile Offenders , 32(6) J. Head Trauma Rehabilitation 393–403 (2017).

  3. Amy E. Lansing, Agam Virk, Randy Notestine, Wendy Y. Plante & Christine Fennema-Notestine, Cumulative Trauma, Adversity and Grief Symptoms Associated with Fronto-Temporal Regions in Life-course Persistent Delinquent Boys , 254 Neuroimaging 92–102 (2016).

  4. Michael G. Vaughn, Christopher P. Salas-Wright, Matt DeLisi & Brian E. Perron, Correlates of Traumatic Brain Injury Among Juvenile Offenders: A Multi-Site Study , 24(3) Crim. Behav. & Mental Health 188–203 (2014). 

  5. Gaye Lansdell, Bernadette Saunders, Anna Eriksson, Rebecca Bunn & Susan Baidawi, 'I Am Not Drunk, I Have an ABI': Findings from a Qualitative Study into Systematic Challenges in Responding to People with Acquired Brain Injuries in the Justice System , 25(5) Psychiatry Psychol. & L. 737–58 (2018).

  6. Ignacio Macpherson, María Victoria Roqué & Ignacio Segarra, Moral Enhancement, at the Peak of Pharmacology and at the Limit of Ethics , 33(9) Bioethics 992–1001 (2019).

  7. Andrew Peterson, Adrian M. Owen & Jackson Karlawish, Alive Inside , 34(3) Bioethics 295–305 (2020).

  8. Daniel Sznycer & Carlton Patrick, The Origins of Criminal Law , 4 Nature Hum. Behav. 506–516 (2020).

  9. Prathiba Chitsabesan, Charlotte Lennox, Huw Williams, Omar Tariq & Jenny Shaw, Traumatic Brain Injury in Juvenile Offenders: Findings from the Comprehensive Health Assessment Tool Study and the Development of a Specialist Linkworker Service , 30(2) J. Head Trauma Rehabilitation 106–15 (2015).

  10. Samantha Buckingham, Trauma Informed Juvenile Justice , 53 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 641–92 (2016). 

  11. Scott E. Migden, The Injustice of a Felony Conviction for Offenders Under Age Twenty-One: A New Option for the Courts to Save Our Youths' Futures: Senior Youthful Offender Status , 55(2) Fam. Ct. Rev. 292–306 (2017).

  12. Marissa Stanziani, Jennifer Cox, Elizabeth Bownes, Keisha D. Carden & David S. DeMatteo, Marking the Progress of a “Maturing” Society: Madison v. Alabama and the Competency for Execution Evaluations , 26 Psychol. Pub. Pol’y & L. 145–52 (2020).

  13. Sarah Sloan, Note, Why Parole Eligibility Isn't Enough: What Roper, Graham, and Miller Mean for Juvenile Offenders and Parole , 47 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 243–81 (2015).

 

B. Forthcoming Publications

  1. Morris B. Hoffman, The Psychology of the Trial Judge, in Handbook on Law and Cognitive Science (Jerald Hage ed. forthcoming 2020).

  2. Eyal Aharoni & Morris B. Hoffman, Evolutionary Psychology, Jurisprudence, and Sentencing, in Handbook of Evolutionary Psychology (Todd Shackelford ed. forthcoming 2020).

  3. Morris B. Hoffman, Francis X. Shen, Vijeth Iyengar & Frank Krueger, The Intersection of Age and Gender on the Criminal Bench: Are Younger Female Judges Harsher with Serious Crimes?, Colum. J. Gender & L. (forthcoming 2020).

  4. Morris B. Hoffman, A Commentary on Shen’s Aging Judges, Ohio St. L.J. (forthcoming 2020).



C. NeuroLaw Publications in Spanish
  1. Eduardo Demetrio Crespo,  Humanist Compatibilism: A Proposal for Reconciliation Between Neuroscience and Criminal Law , 22(2) J. Organizational Psych. (forthcoming 2020) (previously published as Eduardo Demetrio Crespo, Compatibilismo Humanista: Una Propuesta de Conciliacion entre Neurociencias y Derecho Penal, in Neurociencias y Derecho Penal: Nuevas  Perspectivas en el Ámbito de la Culpabilidad y Tratamiento Jurídico-Penal de la Peligrosidad 17–42 (Eduardo Demetrio Crespo & Manuel Maroto Calatayud eds., 2013)).

  2. Eduardo Demetrio Crespo, Fragmentos sobre Neurociencia y Derecho Penal (2017).

  3. Eduardo Demetrio Crespo,  Identidad y Responsabilidad Penal , in Anuario de la Facultad de Derecho de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (2013).

  4. Neurociencias y Derecho Penal: Nuevas Perspectivas en el Ámbito de la Culpabilidad y Tratamiento Jurídico-Penal de la Peligrosidad (Eduardo Demetrio Crespo & Manuel Maroto Calatayud eds., 2013).

  5. Eduardo Demetrio Crespo & Manuel Maroto Calatayud, Libertad de Voluntad, Investigación sobre el Cerebro y Responsabilidad Penal: Aproximación a los Fundamentos del Moderno Debate sobre Neurociencias y Derecho Penal , 2011(2) InDret 1–38 (2011).

 

D. Announcements

The International Neuroethics Society (INS) and the International Youth Neuroscience Association (IYNA) are pleased to announce a call for submissions for the Neuroethics Essay Contest in 2020. Now in its seventh year, the contest aims to promote interest in neuroethics among students and trainees around the world.

For more information, please click here.

 

E. Other News

Research Project on Criminal Law and Human Behavior. Prof. Dr. Eduardo Demetrio Crespo (Universidad de Castilla La Mancha) is leading a research project on criminal law and human behavior. The project is sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities and focuses on studying the potential of neuroscience to explain human behavior, as well as how neuroscience findings can impact the current justifications for punishment and the configuration of the Spanish criminal law system.

For more information, please click here.

 

 

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Neurolaw News is produced by The MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience , headquartered at Vanderbilt Law School, 131 21st Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203, under the directorship of Owen D. Jones.

Further Information

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