- Fooled by the brain: re-examining the influence of neuroimagesN J Schweitzer
Arizona State University, United States Electronic address
Cognition 129:501-11. 2013..Together these results suggest that, under the right conditions, a neuroimage might be able to bias judgments of scientific information, but the scope of this effect may be limited to certain contexts. ..
- Neuroimage evidence and the insanity defenseN J Schweitzer
Sandra Day O Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Tempe
Behav Sci Law 29:592-607. 2011..Despite the non-influence of neuroimagery, however, jurors who were not provided with a neuroimage indicated that they believed neuroimagery would have been the most helpful kind of evidence in their evaluations of the defendant...
- Visual attention and the neuroimage biasD A Baker
School of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, United States of America
PLoS ONE 8:e74449. 2013..We found that, while laypeople differentially attended to neuroimagery relative to the bar graph, this did not translate into differential judgments in a way that would support the idea of a neuroimage bias. ..