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Stanford professor on the ethical and legal implications of brain research

Stanford law professor Hank Greely, JD, appeared on a recent MDiTV segment to talk about how advancements in neuroscience may have important social and legal consequences.

During the interview, Greely references a recent court case during which an attorney attempted to introduce fMRI scans into evidence. And he discusses other scenarios where brain research is likely to have a substantial impact on our society and judicial system.

Previously: Brain scan used in court in potential fMRI first and Q&A on bioethics and policy with Stanford law expert

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