Brown Weighs in on Law-Related Neuroscience Research Proposals

Teneille Brown, an Associate Professor of Law, recently attended the fall joint meeting of the MacArthur Law and Neuroscience Project, an interdisciplinary project that applies the advances of neuroscience to the law.

At the Chicago meeting, Brown provided feedback on research proposals in which the Legal Decision Making network is involved, including research on brain-based lie detection, the impact of brain images on mock jurors, and arriving at a better understanding how individuals make punishment decisions.