This week a fascinating discussion is taking place at the Exploratorium in San Francisco, CA. Dr. Kent Kiehl, David Faigman and Professor Amanda Pustilnik are discussing the wide-ranging challenges posed by the use of contemporary neuroscience in the courtroom. For example, “Is neuroscience ready for courtroom use?, or does brain imaging permit us to measure a person’s feelings, thoughts, and intentions?, or can jurors understand and effectively weigh neuroscientific evidence?” READ MORE
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“It’s All in the Mind Y’know: Uses and Misuses of Neuroscience in Law”
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