Dr. Geoffrey K. Aguirre, assistant professor of neurology and member of the Center for Functional Neuroimaging at Penn What can and can't be claimed from [...]
Marketers have begun using brain imaging for the insights it may give into consumer preferences. What kinds of brain activity do they focus on, and [...]
Although therapies are limited and a cure remains elusive, the onset of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) can now be predicted with a degree of accuracy years [...]
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This brief introduction to neurolaw focuses on the question "What is the relevance of neuroscience to law?" Professor Farah describes three possible roles for neuroscience, [...]
The nature of excusing conditions, including insanity and immaturity, are reviewed, and the relevance of neuroscience to legal excuses and mitigation is discussed. Slides for [...]
An accurate lie detector would revolutionize many aspects of society, including the legal system. Some neuroscientists claim that ERP or fMRI can be used for [...]
Dr. Adrian Raine, professor of criminology and psychiatry at Penn An examination of the brain basis to crime and violence What we can do to [...]
In this lecture, delivered at the end of a neuroethics course, Professor Farah provides an “introclusion” (intended as an introduction or conclusion) to the field [...]
Psychiatric disease is generally believed to be brain disease, and neuroimaging has been used fruitfully in psychiatry research. Why, then, is neuroimaging not used for [...]
John A. Detre, M.D. Dr. Detre is Professor of Neurology at Penn and directs Penn's Center for Functional Neuroimaging, He was instrumental in developing ASL [...]
How do people understand each other, develop and change attitudes toward each other, and solve problems together? How are these processes influenced by group identity [...]
Dr. Morse explores the questions of whether what we've learned about the brain so far has the potential to transform criminal justice policy.
Why do poor people suffer with more chronic diseases and die at younger ages? Psychosocial stress is a big part of the answer, and of [...]
Susanne Jaeggi investigates working memory and executive control across the lifespan with behavioral and neuroimaging methods. Dr. Jaeggi is known for her research on whether [...]
No realm of life is left unexplored by artists. A myriad of forms and objects are explored, but one object is different. Unlike all other [...]
John Gabrieli is the director of the Athinoula A. Martinos Imaging Center at the McGovern Institute. He is an Investigator at the Institute, with faculty appointments [...]
One would assume that conducting neuroscience research on antisocial personality disorder would be much like researching any other clinical disorder, yet this area of inquiry [...]