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Integrating Neuroscience in Criminal Law: The Dutch Situation as an Example
International Journal of Forensic Mental Health
Empirical findings demonstrate that neuroscientific expertise is increasingly prevalent in courtrooms. This suggests that both "territorial conflicts" between law and neuroscience-for example about how to conceptualize concepts like culpability-and questions regarding the integration of neuroscience and law, which both have long been present in theoretical discussions, are now finding their way to legal practice. As jurisdictions around the globe differ on multiple dimensions (e.g., on howdoi:10.1080/14999013.2018.1525778 fatcat:vrtze2v2zzgvvoez3zkwer4mee