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August 26, 2015

This message brings news about:

A) Recent or Forthcoming Neurolaw Publications
B) Neurolaw Media & News Clippings
C) Conferences & Speaker Series


A.  Recent or Forthcoming Neurolaw Publications   

  1. Federica Coppola, Innovating Witness Testimony with Neuroscience-Based Lie Detection: A Hypothetical Normative Framework , 1 Law, Sciences and New Technologies 145 (2015).
  2. Davide Rigoni, Luca Sammicheli & Giuseppe Sartori, Looking for the Right Intention: Can Neuroscience Benefit from the Law?   9 Front. Hum. Neurosci. 432 (2015).
  3. Anne-Sophie Rochegude, La Justice Resistera-t-elle aux Images Cerebrales? 3 SciencesPSY 20 (2015).
  4. Christian Byk, L’imagerie Medicale et le Justice , 3 SciencesPSY 24 (2015).
  5. Boris Cyrulnik, Les Etats-Unis et Leur Grand Reseau de Recherches sue le “Neurodroit”: Interview d’Owen Jones , 3 SciencesPSY 33 (2015).
  6. Boris Cyrulnik, Du Cerveau, Encore du Cerveau, Rien que du Cerveau? Rencontre avec Stephen J. Morse , 3 SciencesPSY 36 (2015).
  7. Laura Pignatel, L’emergence du Neurodroit dans le Monde , 3 SciencesPSY 42 (2015).
  8. Boris Cyrulnik, Neurodroit: Les Sciences du Cerveau a la Barre: Interview d’Olivier Oullier , 3 SciencesPSY 52 (2015).
  9. Boris Cyrulnik, Un Traumatisme Cranien Peut-il Changer un Homme? Recontre avec Philippe Azouvi , 3 SciencesPSY 58 (2015).
  10. Boris Cyrulnik, Attachement, Neurosciences et Justice , 3 SciencesPSY 64 (2015).
  11. Jean Decety, Cerveau et Sens de la Justice , 3 SciencesPSY 69 (2015).
  12. Boris Cyrulnik, Philosophie, Neurosciences et Droit: Rencontre avec Walter Sinnott-Armstrong , 3 SciencesPSY 80 (2015).
  13. Zara M. Bergström, Michael C. Anderson, Marie Buda, Jon S. Simons & Alan Richardson-Klavehn, Intentional Retrieval Suppression Can Conceal Guilty Knowledge in ERP Memory Detection Tests , 94 Biological Psychology 1 (2013). 

B.  Neurolaw Media & News Clippings   

    1. The Terrible Teens: Research Network Member and Temple University Distinguished University Professor of Psychology Laurence Steinberg was quoted in a recent article published by The New       Yorker titled “The Terrible Teens: What’s Wrong with Them?” In the article, Steinberg discusses adolescent decision making and developmental psychology.  To read the entire article, visit:        

C.  Conferences & Speaker Series   

  1. Visible Solutions: How Neuroimaging Helps Law Re-Envision Pain:  On June 30, 2015, the MGB Center for Law, Brain & Behavior and the Petrie-Flom Center hosted a public symposium bringing together the leading experts in neuroscience and law to wrestle with the critical question: what can, and should, the law do with what we know about pain and the brain? Together, experts and audience members explored how the law can use brain science to get smarter about a subject that touches everyone. To watch videos of the symposium, visit:  
  2. Pain on the Brain: CLBB Posts on Pain Neuroimaging & Law: The MGH Center for Law, Brain & Behavior, along with the Petrie-Flom Center at Harvard Law School, also hosted a series of pain neuroimaging and law posts: 

Pain on the Brain: A Week of Guest Posts on Pain Neuroimaging & Law by Amanda C. Pustilnik: 

Pain-o-meters: How – and Why – Should We Develop Them? by Karen Davis: 

Some Optimism on Brains, Pain, & Law – Let’s See What We Can Achieve by Martha Farah: 

Emotion and Pain – Beyond “All in Your Head” by David Seminowicz: 

Emotional Harm as “Bodily Injury” in the Law – and in the Brain by Francis X. Shen:

An ELSI Program for Pain Research: A Call to Action by Diane Hoffmann:

Of Algorithms, Algometry, and Others: Pain Measurement & The Quantification of Distrust by Frank Pasquale:

Neuroimaging as Evidence of Pain: It’s Time to Prepare by Henry T. Greely:

What Should the Future Look Like for Brain-Based Pain Imaging in the Law? Three Eminent Scholars Weigh In by Amanda C. Pustilnik:



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