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Using fMRI for lie detection

Can a sophisticated imaging technique be used to determine whether someone is lying? That's the intriguing question explored in a Scienceline piece yesterday. And for those interested in more on the issue, Stanford's Hank Greely, JD, an expert on neuroscience and the law, discussed fMRI technology and the ethical questions surrounding its use in an in-depth 2010 NPR interview.

Previously: Functional magnetic resonance imaging could serve as lie-detector test in civil trial

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