Posts tagged ‘RZ’

09/02/2012

About the Bibliography

We would like to inform that the MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience maintains bibliography where one can find over 700 books, articles, reviews, chapters, edited volumes concerning the intersection of law and neuroscience.

Here you can find more information:

http://www.lawneuro.org/bibliography.php

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30/01/2012

Neurolaw & Neuropolitics

A discussion with Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Dartmouth College), Nita Farahany (Vanderbilt University), Sheril Kirshenbaum (Duke Universty), and Lawrence Krauss (Arizona State University).
Moderated by TSN Director Roger Bingham

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28/11/2011

O. D. Jones, Behavioral Genetics and Crime, in Context, Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 69, pp. 81-100, 2006.

We warmly invite you to pursue the short review of the paper Behavioral Genetics and Crime, in Context by O. D. Jones

The review is available here.

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21/11/2011

B. Garland, Mark S. Frankel, Considering convergence: a policy dialogue about behavioral genetics, neurosciences, and law, 69- SPG LAW & CONTEMP. PROBS. 101

We warmly invite you to pursue the short review of the paper Considering convergence: a policy dialogue about behavioral genetics, neurosciences, and law by B. Garland, M.S. Frankel.

The review is available here.

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21/11/2011

Neurobiology of Violence

 

Neurobiology of Violence. Neuroethical and Neurolegal Implications

Adrian Raine

• Richard Perry University Professor
• Departments of Criminology, Psychiatry, and Psychology
• University of Pennsylvania

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21/11/2011

Neuroscience, Neurolaw?

 

A look behind the criminal mind. How are new developments in brain science changing how we regard crime and criminal law?

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11/11/2011

Lori B. Andrews, J.D., Predicting and Punishing Antisocial Acts. How the Criminal Justice System Might Use Behavioral Genetics [in:] R.A. Carson, M.A. Rothstein (ed.), Behavioral Genetics – The Clash of Culture and Biology, The Johns Hopkins University Press 1999, pp. 116-156.

We warmly invite you to pursue the short review of the paper Predicting and punishing antisocial Acts. How the Criminal Justice System Might Use Behavioral Genetics by L. B. Andrews.

The review is available here.

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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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23/03/2011

‘Struktura teorii biologicznych’

Tekst na najbliższe seminarium znajduje się tutaj.

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