Tag Archive for: forensic neurobiology
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The science of neurobiology and neuropsychology used to defend officers in shooting incidents has been described as arbitrary at best. Many experts contend there simply is not enough peer-reviewed material to substantiate it as an exculpatory…
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A new study from Vanderbilt University has found that brain lesions can increase the risk of criminality. Read more.