Talks

10/23/09: "Remembering and the Brain: Can Brain Scans Detect Memories"; Stanford University
3/2/11: "Assessing fMRI-based Memory Detection"; Sackler USA-UK Scientific Forum on Neuroscience and the Law
3/4/11: "The Cognitive Neuroscience of Remembering"; Music and the Brain Symposium, Stanford University
2/3/12: "Recent Advances in Functional Neuroimaging: Possible Bioethical Collisions"; Session 7, Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues
6/1/13: "Brains On Trial: Neuroscience and Law"; World Science Festival
6/1/13: "Can Eyewitnesses Be Trusted?; World Science Festival
9/9/13: "How Memory Association Affects fMRI Lie Detection?"; Brains On Trial
9/24/13: "How Neuroscience Could Improve Eye-Witness Testimony": Brains On Trial
9/24/13: "Are There Memory Markers Inside the Brain for Familiar Places?"; Brains On Trial
3/14/15: "Detecting Memories Using Brain Imaging"; LawNeuro.org

 

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