24 - 25 November 2017, Law and Mind 2017, Kraków, Polska
The aim of the conference is to combine the perspectives of psychology, neurobiology, and cognitive science.
Recent advances in psychology, neurobiology and cognitive science have created many ideas whose relevance for jurisprudence can be significant. It is our hope that a stimulating exchange of ideas between scholars from these empirical disciplines and legal scholars will generate new insights and develop further the ongoing debate in this field.
Keynote speakers: Giovanni Sartor, Francis X. Shen, Deborah W. Denno, Fritz Strack
Authors are invited to submit abstracts (1000 words) plus the -references, prepared for blind review. The conference will cover the following topics (though papers on other related topics are also welcome):
- Cognitive neuroscience and emergence of moral norms
- Legal frameworks for neuroscientific evidence
- Philosophy of law in context of neuroscience
- Psychology of decision making
- Heuristics and biases in courtroom
- Empirical research connected with legal decision making
- Frameworks for moral, ethical, and legal reasoning
- Case studies showing ambiguities in legal decision making
- Other relevant, documented case studies and theoretical papers