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April International Neuroethics Society Webinar: Brain Data Governance and Neuroethics  

Is the Law Ready for Emerging Neuroprostheses?

The Effects of Neuroscientific Framing on Legal Decision Making

Summary of what you (may have) missed at last week’s International Neuroethics Society meeting!

Too Far or Not Far Enough: The Ethics and Future of Neuroscience and Law

The Neuroethics of Brainprinting

Criminal Law and Neuroscience: Hope or Hype?

Neuroscience in the Courtroom: An Attempt for Clarity

The Future of Law and Neuroscience: An Interview with Owen Jones, The Director of the MacArthur Research Network on Law and Neuroscience

When the government can read your mind

I know what you’re thinking…

Brain reading and the right to privacy

Neurolaw: Brains in the Courtroom

Insanity, Law, and the Pedophilic Brain Tumor

David Eagleman visiting Decatur Book Festival


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