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Can your brain testify against you?

Defined set of guidelines required for neuroscientific techniques to be used correctly and effectively in law

Neuroscientific techniques continue to advance, but their applications in law raise concerns of a threat to individual rights.

Previous applications of neuroscientific evidence include using brain scans to detect deception in an individual, and neurological responses to determine whether someone has intimate knowledge of a crime.

EurekAlert 2b logo LLLLLLHowever, just because we can use this technology, does it mean we should?

A review published in Frontiers in Neuroscience explores the current literature and advancements in the…

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