Adrian Raine, PhD, Departments of Criminology, Psychiatry and Psychology, University of Pennsylvania.
Respondent: Tobias Winright, PhD, Hubert Mäder Endowed Associate Professor of Health Care Ethics and Associate Professor of Theological Ethics, Saint Louis University.
Neuroscience is increasingly documenting brain impairments in adolescent and adult offenders. What are the neuroethical implications of this knowledge for our core human values of responsibility and free will? How should neuroscience be used in the future to predict, prevent, and punish offending?