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The role of neuroscience in drug policy: Promises and prospects.

Ormachea PA, Savjani RR, DeLaGarza R, Eagleman DM (2016). Journal of Science and Law 2(1): 1-15.

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Enabling individualized criminal sentencing while reducing subjectivity: a tablet-based assessment of recidivism risk.

Ormachea PA, Davenport S, Haarsma G, Jarman A, Henderson H, Eagleman DM (2016). AMA Journal of Ethics 18:243-251.

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A new criminal records database for large scale analysis of policy and behavior.

Ormachea PA, Haarsma G, Davenport S, Eagleman DM (2015). Journal of Science and Law 1(1):1-7.

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Intuitions of blameworthiness as a heuristic that evaluates the probability of the offender committing future antisocial acts.

Ormachea PA, Savjani RR, DeLaGarza R, Eagleman DM (2016). Journal of Science and Law 2(1): 1-15.

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Defining a neurocompatibility index for systems of law.

Ormachea PA, Savjani RR, DeLaGarza R, Eagleman DM (2016). Journal of Science and Law 2(1): 1-15.

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Legal-Ease: Is Neuroimaging a Valid Biomarker in Legal Cases?

Valeo T (2012). Neurology Today 12(8): 38-40.

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The Brain on Trial.

Eagleman DM (2011). The Atlantic. July 2011.

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Breivik's Brain.

Eagleman DM (2011). Published in NZZ am Sonntag (Switzerland), Politiken (Denmark), and The Independent (UK), Aug 2011.

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The human brain: Turning our minds to the law.

Eagleman DM (2011). The Telegraph. Apr 5, 2011.

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Why neuroscience matters for a rational drug policy.

Eagleman DM, Correro MA, Singh J (2010). Minnesota Journal of Law, Science and Technology.

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Neuroscience and the Law.

Eagleman DM (2008). Houston Lawyer 16(6): 36-40.

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