Archive for ‘Criminal law’

31/10/2011

Mark A. Rothstein, J.D., Behavioral Genetic Determinism. Its Effects on Culture and Law [in:] R.A. Carson, M.A. Rothstein (ed.), Behavioral Genetics – The Clash of Culture and Biology, The Johns Hopkins University Press 1999, pp. 90-115

You can find a short review of the paper Mark A. Rothstein, J.D., Behavioral Genetic Determinism. Its Effects on Culture and Law here.

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23/10/2011

We are back! New paper and invitation to cooperation!

After a short break we are back!

We would like to invite anyone who is interested in topics related to neuroscience and law  to read and comment on the following paper – Neurolaw. A new paradigm in legal philosophy.

We are happy to announce that anyone interested in law and biology can publish her papers, drafts and short reviews on our blog.

We accept papers in Polish and English.

Enjoy reading!

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28/09/2010

“New Scientist” on criminal law & neuroscience

Recently you can find some new articles on criminal law & neuroscience in New Scientist. Briefs are linked below:

Brain scans may help fix criminal responsibility
Can brain scanners judge age of criminal liability?