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Using Imaging to Identify Deceit: Scientific and Ethical Questions

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Using Imaging to Identify Deceit: Scientific and Ethical Questions
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Publisher: American Academy of Arts and Sciences
ISBN/ASIN: 0877240779
Number of pages: 63

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Can the relatively new technique of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) detect deceit? This book examines the scientific support for using fMRI as well as the legal and ethical questions raised when machine-based means are employed to identify deceit.

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