- Neuroscience, lie-detection, and the law: contrary to the prevailing view, the suitability of brain-based lie-detection for courtroom or forensic use should be determined according to legal and not scientific standardsFrederick Schauer
School of Law, University of Virginia, 580 Massie Road, Charlottesville, Virginia 22903, USA
Trends Cogn Sci 14:101-3. 2010..Law's goals differ from science's, and the legal suitability of neural lie-detection depends on legal standards and not those determining what good science is...
- Why Precedent in Law (and Elsewhere) is Not Totally (or Even Substantially) About AnalogyFrederick Schauer
University of Virginia School of Law
Perspect Psychol Sci 3:454-60. 2008....