Neuroscience intersects with the law in multiple ways and the ethical impact of neuroscience is similarly diverse morse 2006 farah 2012 to facilitate thinking clearly about the numerous ethical issues that arise in neurolaw two general distinctions are useful. The number of defendants seeking to admit evidence of brain dysfunction or mental illness especially in the form of neuroimaging scans to support a plea of for example ngri gbmi or diminished capacity or to argue against for example competency to stand trial competency to be executed and or competency to proceed pro se is increasing drastically research studies have shown that . Law and neuroscience is memory reliable can brain imaging reveal whether someone is lying or concealing the truth will brain imaging enable us to identify whether someone is in chronic pain and the extent of that pain we know that the brain develops over time but how should this affect . Neuroscience and the law neuroscience and the law looking forward chapter p240 9 neuroscience and the law source a primer on criminal law and neuroscience authors adina l roskies stephen j morse publisher oxford university press
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