On January 21, 2010, the Center for Law, Brain & Behavior led a conversation among three experts on deception to discuss the past and future of lie detection, and how neuroscience might (or might not) contribute to a better way to tell truth from deception. The event, co-hosted with the Boston Society of Neurology and Psychiatry, was moderated by CLBB Co-director and neurologist Bruce Price, MD. Panelists included Judith Edersheim, JD, MD, CLBB Co-director and forensic psychiatrist, Joshua Greene, PhD, a research psychologist who has studied deceptive behavior with neuroimaging and CLBB Faculty member, and F. Lee Bailey, a well-known courtroom lawyer with a lifetime of experience using the polygraph.
Watch the individual presentations and panel discussion below, or visit our “Deception” channel at Vimeo.com.[vimeo 96698764 w=700&h=514]
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For more video of past CLBB events, visit the CLBB Vimeo page. For more on our work in Deception, see our program area in Deception.