Book 2012

International Neurolaw

A Comparative Analysis


ISBN: 978-3-642-21540-7 (Print) 978-3-642-21541-4 (Online)

Table of contents (20 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

  2. Chapter

    Pages 1-10

    Neurosciences and the Law: An Introduction

  3. Chapter

    Pages 11-42

    Neuroscience and Law: Australia

  4. Chapter

    Pages 43-65

    Country Report: Austria

  5. Chapter

    Pages 67-88

    Brainzil Imaging: Challenges for the Largest Latin American Country

  6. Chapter

    Pages 89-101

    Research Ethics Challenges in Neuroimaging Research: A Canadian Perspective

  7. Chapter

    Pages 103-116

    The Council of Europe’s Next “Additional Protocol on Neuroscientific Research”?

  8. Chapter

    Pages 117-135

    Legal Landscape of Neuroscientific Research and Its Applications in Finland

  9. Chapter

    Pages 137-152

    The Obtainment and Use of Neuroscientific Knowledge in France

  10. Chapter

    Pages 153-178

    Legal Implications of Neuroscientific Instruments with Special Regard to the German Constitutional Order

  11. Chapter

    Pages 179-196

    Neurolaw in Greece: An Overview

  12. Chapter

    Pages 197-213

    Neuroscience and Converging Technologies in Italy: From Free Will Approach to Humans as Not Disconnected Entities

  13. Chapter

    Pages 215-225

    Neurolaw in Japan

  14. Chapter

    Pages 227-256

    Neuroscientific Evidence and Criminal Responsibility in the Netherlands

  15. Chapter

    Pages 257-267

    Neuroscience and the Law in New Zealand

  16. Chapter

    Pages 269-287

    Switzerland: Brain Research and the Law

  17. Chapter

    Pages 289-303

    Neuroethics and Neurolaw in Turkey

  18. Chapter

    Pages 305-328

    Neuroscientific Evidence in the English Courts

  19. Chapter

    Pages 329-347

    Neurolaw and UNESCO Bioethics Declarations

  20. Chapter

    Pages 349-380

    Law and Neuroscience in the United States

  21. Chapter

    Pages 381-411

    Summary: Neurolaw in an International Comparison