January 3, 2019
This message brings news about:
A) Recent or Forthcoming Neurolaw Publication
B) Another Item of Interest
A. Recent or Forthcoming Neurolaw Publications
- Stephen J. Morse, The Promise of Neuroscience for Law: Hope or Hype? , in Palgrave Handbook of Philosophy and Public Policy 77–96 (David Boonin ed., 2018).
- Valerie Gray Hardcastle, Why Brain Images (Probably) Should Not Be Used in US Criminal Trials , in Palgrave Handbook of Philosophy and Public Policy 25–37 (David Boonin ed., 2018).
- Natalie S. Gordon & Mark R. Fondacaro, Rethinking the Voluntary Act Requirement: Implications from Neuroscience and Behavioral Science Research , 36 Behav. Sci. L. 426–36 (2018).
- William Hirstein, Katrina L. Sifferd, & Tyler Fagan, Responsible Brains: Neuroscience, Law, and Human Culpability (2018).
- Matt Matravers, The Importance of Context in Thinking About Crime-Preventing Neurointerventions , in Treatment for Crime: Philosophical Essays on Neurointerventions in Criminal Justice 71–93 (David Birks & Thomas Douglas eds., 2018)
- Anna Spain Bradley, The Disruptive Neuroscience of Judicial Choice , 9 U.C. Irvine L. Rev. 1 (2018).
- Armin Alimardani & Jason Chin, Neurolaw in Australia: The Use of Neuroscience in Australian Criminal Proceedings , Neuroethics (Forthcoming).
- Karen Czapanskiy, Preschool and Lead Exposed Kids: The IDEA Just Isn’t Good Enough , Tuoro L. Rev. (Forthcoming).
- Denis Magyar, The Use of Neuroscientific Discoveries in Criminal and Civil Evidence Law , 11 Med. L. & Soc’y 121–36 (2018).
- Cristina Scarpazza, Stefano Ferracuti, Alessio Miolla & Giuseppe Sartori, The charm of structural neuroimaging in insanity evaluations: guidelines to avoid misinterpretation of the findings , 8 Transnat’l Psychiatry 227 (2018).
- Andrew Lehmkuhl, Difusion Tensor Imaging: Failing Daubert and Fed. R. Evid. 702 in Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation , 87 U. Cin. L. Rev. 279 (2018).
- Susan Frelich Appleton, Deanna M. Barch & Annelisse M. Schaefer, Introduction, The Developing Brain: New Directions in Science, Policy, and Law , 57 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol’y 1 (2018).
- Briana S. Last, Gwen M. Lawson, Kaitlyn Breiner, Laurence Steinberg & Martha J. Farah, Childhood socioeconomic status and executive function in childhood and beyond , 18 PLoS ONE e0202964 (2018).
- Martha E. Shenton, Bruce H. Price, Laura Levin & Judith G. Edersheim, Mild traumatic brain injury: Is DTI ready for the courtroom? , Int’l J.L. & Psychiatry (In Press 2018).
- Valerie Moulin, Caroline Mouchet, Tessa Pillonel, G-M Gkotsi, Bernard Baertschi, Jacques Gasser & Benoit Teste, Judges’ perceptions of expert reports: The effect of neuroscience evidence , 61 Int’l J.L. & Psychiatry (2018).
- Armin Alimardani, Neuroscience, criminal responsibility and sentencing in an islamic country: Iran , J.L. & Biosci. 1–19 (2018).
B. Another Item of Interest
Neuroscience & Society Curriculum: The University of Pennsylvania’s Center for Neuroscience & Society and the Franklin Institute have jointly developed a new high school curriculum on “Neuroscience and Society,” and offered it within several schools in Philadelphia. Click here to visit the site, which includes multimedia resources and activities on a range of topics where neuroscience and society intersect.