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Current Issue: Volume 85, Issue 2 (2016)
A Glimpse Inside the Brain’s Black Box: Understanding the Role of Neuroscience in Criminal Sentencing
Bernice B. Donald and Erica Bakies
Can Neuroscience Help Predict Future Antisocial Behavior?
Lyn M. Gaudet, Jason P. Kerkmans, Nathaniel E. Anderson, and Kent A. Kiehl
A Perspective on the Potential Role of Neuroscience in the Court
Ruben C. Gur, Oren M. Gur, Arona E. Gur, and Alon G. Gur
When Empathy Bites Back: Cautionary Tales from Neuroscience for Capital Sentencing
Sheri Lynn Johnson, Amelia Courtney Hritz, Caisa Elizabeth Royer, and John H. Blume
Young Adulthood as a Transitional Legal Category: Science, Social Change, and Justice Policy
Elizabeth S. Scott, Richard J. Bonnie, and Laurence Steinberg
The Strict Liability in Fault and the Fault in Strict Liability
John C.P. Goldberg and Benjamin C. Zipursky