The limited effect of electroencephalography memory recognition evidence on assessments of defendant credibility

Francis X Shen, Emily Twedell, Caitlin Opperman, Jordan Dean Scott Krieg, Mikaela Brandt-Fontaine, Joshua Preston, Jaleh McTeigue, Alina Yasis, Morgan Carlson

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Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)330-364
Number of pages35
JournalJournal of Law and the Biosciences
Volume4
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Aug 1 2017

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We thank participants in the William and Mary Law School conference on Neuroscience and Criminal Responsibility for very helpful feedback. We also thank Matthew Ginther, William Iacono, John Meixner, and Tom Pryor for helpful feedback on this project. Ryan Pesch, Geordin Crist, Jordan Krieg, Aubrey Strenger, Rebecca Carlson, and Dara Johnson-Ayodele provided excellent research assistance. We thank Logan Spector, Ellen Demerath, and Amanda Kabage for facilitating use of the University of Minnesota Driver to Discover Building at the Minnesota State Fair. Support for this research was provided by the University of Minnesota.

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