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Memory on Trial: fMRI Pattern Analysis and Mental Privacy

When the government can read your mind

I know what you’re thinking…

Brain reading and the right to privacy

Who Owns My Thoughts?

Now Available! Videos of The Truth About LIes: Neuroscience, Law, and Ethics of Lie Detection Technologies Symposium

Likin’ Laken, if he ain’t fakin’

Neuroethics Symposium: The Truth About Lies on May 25, 2012

Daubert and Frye: Neuroscience in the Courtroom?

Neuroimaging in the Courtroom: Video by Neuroethics Creative Team

Neuroethics Journal Club documented by artist Jon Ciliberto

Lie Detection and the Jury

1 hot brain pic > 1k words?

Emory Neuroethics on Facebook