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Brain activity can be used to tell whether someone recognizes details they encountered in normal, daily life, which may have implications for criminal investigations and use in courtrooms, new research shows.
Ronald A. Mermer, CPA of Fishkill, Suffern and Briarcliff Manor, N.Y.
Imagine technology that allows you to get inside the mind of a terrorist to know how, when and where the next attack will occur.
WIREs Cognitive Science explores the rise of neurolaw.
When a crime has been committed, the usual modus operandi for police detectives and their fictional counterparts has been to dust the scene for fingerprints. And once they have a suspect in custody, out comes the polygraph, or lie detector.
- totally perplexed and mixed up.