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Can Current Technology Identify Liars? | Brain Blogger

Can Current Technology Identify Liars? | Brain Blogger | Cognitive Psychology. Cognitive and behavioural Neuroscience | Scoop.it
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How Criminal Law views fMRI Lie Detection

Alan Alda gets advice from legal expert, Dr. Nita Farahany of Duke University, regarding fMRI lie detection. She explains that one reason why the justice sys...
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Big Brother is watching your brain scans

Big Brother is watching your brain scans | Cognitive Psychology. Cognitive and behavioural Neuroscience | Scoop.it
IT is by now common knowledge that one’s genetic information can be misused against the individual. It is less understood that a new kind of database being built up allows brain scans to be potentially abused too.
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‘Neurolaw’ changes the landscape of criminal responsibility — or does it?

‘Neurolaw’ changes the landscape of criminal responsibility — or does it? | Cognitive Psychology. Cognitive and behavioural Neuroscience | Scoop.it
One early Saturday morning in May 1987, Kenneth Parks arose from his bed and went outside to his car. He proceeded to drive the car more than 20 kilometres from Pickering, east of Toronto, to Scarborough, where his mother- and father-in-law lived.
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Will Neuroscience Radically Transform the Legal System?

Will Neuroscience Radically Transform the Legal System? | Cognitive Psychology. Cognitive and behavioural Neuroscience | Scoop.it
This article arises from Future Tense, a partnership of Slate, the New America Foundation, and Arizona State University that explores emerging technologies and their implications for public policy and for society.
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Debate on brain scans as lie detectors highlighted in Maryland murder trial

Debate on brain scans as lie detectors highlighted in Maryland murder trial | Cognitive Psychology. Cognitive and behavioural Neuroscience | Scoop.it
Gary Smith says he didn’t kill his roommate. Prosecutors say otherwise. Can brain scans show whether he’s lying?
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Functional MRI-based lie detection: scientific and societal challenges : Nature Reviews Neuroscience : Nature Publishing Group

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Brain imaging has potential to read minds someday, including in court

Brain imaging has potential to read minds someday, including in court | Cognitive Psychology. Cognitive and behavioural Neuroscience | Scoop.it
It's a given of criminal proceedings that some people will lie in the courtroom if it suits their purposes. They'll lie about where they were, what they saw or did, why they did it, how they felt. Whom to believe?
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Can Neuroscience Predict Human Behavior?

Can Neuroscience Predict Human Behavior? | Cognitive Psychology. Cognitive and behavioural Neuroscience | Scoop.it
In the years to come, neuroscience may evolve to yield solid predictions about how genetics and brain conditions can influence a specific individual's particular choices at particular times.
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MRI test leads man to 4-year jail term

By MONICA KAYOMBO A NDOLA resident who has been sentenced to four years imprisonment with hard labour for theft has been exposed by the prosecution te...
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fMRI court controversy

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Neuroscience in court: Can we blame the brain?

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