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Limits of Neuroscience Evidence in Court

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Published on Mar 7, 2013

BEHAVIOR, NOT BRAIN SCANS, MATTERS MOST IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

While filming for the PBS Special "Brains on Trial" (http://bit.ly/WjdrI6) at the University of Pennsylvania, Alan made an important stop to visit with Dr. Stephen Morse (https://www.law.upenn.edu/cf/faculty/...), law and psychiatry professor.

Dr. Morse makes the case that neuroscience data isn't yet relevant to determining intent and getting to the heart of why people make bad decisions. Coining the term, "Brain Overclaim," Morse provides a unique and often overlooked assessment of how neuroscience research can effectively assist the Criminal Justice System.

For more videos and other content, go to: http://brainsontrial.com
See the extended version of this interview here: http://brainsontrial.com/watch-videos...

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