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Home > Publication Overview > Research Papers > Using Imaging to Identify Deceit: Scientific and Ethical Questions
Using Imaging to Identify Deceit: Scientific and Ethical Questions

Research Papers

Using Imaging to Identify Deceit: Scientific and Ethical Questions

Authors
Emilio Bizzi, Steven E. Hyman, Marcus E. Raichle, Nancy Kanwisher, Elizabeth A. Phelps, Stephen J. Morse, Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Jed S. Rakoff and Henry T. Greely

Published by American Academy of Arts and Sciences,
Cambridge, MA 02138, 2009

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Imaging Deception
 Emilio Bizzi and Steven E. Hyman

Chapter 1: An Introduction to Functional Brain Imaging in the Context of Lie Detection
 Marcus E. Raichle

Chapter 2: The Use of fMRI in Lie Detection: What Has Been Shown and What Has Not
 Nancy Kanwisher

Chapter 3: Lying Outside the Laboratory: The Impact of Imagery and Emotion on the Neural Circuitry of Lie Detection
 Elizabeth A. Phelps

Chapter 4: Actions Speak Louder than Images
 Stephen J. Morse

Chapter 5: Neural Lie Detection in Courts
 Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

Chapter 6: Lie Detection in the Courts: The Vain Search for the Magic Bullet
 Jed S. Rakoff

Chapter 7: Neuroscience-Based Lie Detection: The Need for Regulation
 Henry T. Greely

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