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Video footage from “Neuro-Interventions and The Law” conference now available

In case you missed last year’s Neuro-Interventions and The Law: Regulating Human Mental Capacity conference, you can now view video footage of some of the highlights from the conference at the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics‘ youtube channel. The

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Reading Vincent

My Ph.D. student Stephanie Hare – a.k.a. @neuroSteph on twitter – is every kind of awesome. Steph’s awesome for many reasons, but what prompted this particular instance of my gushing of praise is that, despite having lots on her plate

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“A Compatibilist Theory of Legal Responsibility” (forthcoming)

I just heard that my article A Compatibilist Theory of Legal Responsibility (CTLR) has been accepted for publication (subject to minor changes) in Criminal Law and Philosophy. This article is particularly dear to me because it’s actually an embryonic version

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Graduate seminar in neurolaw at GSU in Spring 2014

Earlier today I organized my GSU teaching schedule for the coming academic year, and I’m particularly rapt that starting in the Spring 2014 semester I’ll be teaching a graduate seminar on the topic of neurolaw. Awesome, right?! =) Three years

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Draft jacket cover for “Neuroscience and Legal Responsibility”

Here’s a sneak peek at a draft of the jacket cover for my forthcoming edited collection with OUP. The photo was taken by yours truly, which tickles me pink, and it’s a scene from the lovely Dutch city of Delft

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Chapters in “Neuroscience and Legal Responsibility”

Thanks to the Library of Congress, you can now take a sneak peek at the contents of my forthcoming edited volume “Neuroscience and Legal Responsibility” with OUP,… or just see below: Introduction Nicole A Vincent Criminal common law compatibilism Stephen

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Abstract for my forthcoming book

I just finished writing the abstract for my forthcoming edited volume with OUP entitled “Neuroscience and Legal Responsibility”, and here’s the result: How should neuroscience, psychology and behavioural genetics impact on legal responsibility practices? Recent findings from these fields are

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