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  • Vanderbilt professor Owen Jones, who is one of the nation's few professors of both law and biology, and Vanderbilt associate professor of psychology and neuroscience Rene Marois, scanned participant's brains with an fMRI. Their goal was to see which parts of the brain were activated when a person was asked to make a decision on crime and punishment.
    Vanderbilt University
    Vanderbilt professor Owen Jones, who is one of the nation's few professors of both law and biology, and Vanderbilt associate professor of psychology and neuroscience Rene Marois, scanned participant's brains with an fMRI. Their goal was to see which parts of the brain were activated when a person was asked to make a decision on crime and punishment.
  • Image of a brain from the Vanderbilt University fMRI scanner.
    Image of a brain from the Vanderbilt University fMRI scanner.
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