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» Reading Minds: Lie Detection, Neuroscience, Law, and Society from Deception Blog
If you are in California this Friday, 10 March (and how I wish I was!), this would be a very interesting way to spend your day. Stanford Law School is putting on a one-day conference on lie detection and neuroscience. Heres the blurb: A revolu... [Read More]

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Its short notice, but I just ran across the info at the Neuroethics Law Blog. On Friday, March 10, 2006, Stanford University will host Reading Minds: Lie Detection, Neuroscience, Law, and Society. Heres a brief summary: A revolu... [Read More]

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