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020 _a9781543801095
082 _a340.19
_bJ6L2
100 _aJones, Owen D.
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245 _aLaw and neuroscience
250 _a2nd
260 _bWolters Kluwer
_c2020
_aNew York
300 _axlii, 960 p. ill.
_bIncludes bibliographical references and index
504 _aTable of contents Law and neuroscience : an overview of issues The case of the murdering brain Brain structure and brain function Brain monitoring and manipulation Limits and cautions Relationships of law, science, and behavior Behavior, responsibility, and punishment : views from law and neuroscience Neuroscience in the courtroom : assessing scientific evidence Brain death Brain Injury Pain and distress Addicted brains Memory Emotions Lie detection Judging Adolescent brains Aging brains Cognitive enhancement Brain-machine interface and law Artificial intelligence, robots, and law.
520 _aThe implications for law of new neuroscientific techniques and findings are now among the hottest topics in legal, academic, and media venues. Law and Neuroscience — a collaboration of professors in law, neuroscience, and biology — is the first coursebook to chart this new territory, providing the world’s most comprehensive collection of neurolaw materials. https://www.wklegaledu.com/aspen-casebook-series/id-9781454813323/law_and_neuroscience
650 _alaw - Philosophy
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650 _aCognitive neuroscience
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650 _aPractice of law
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650 _aNeuroscience
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700 _aSchall, Jeffrey D.
_eCo-author
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700 _aShen, Francis X.
_eCo-author
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999 _c217027
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