Juvenile Justice, Neuroscience and Legal Policy

Juvenile Justice, Neuroscience and Legal Policy

Record date: May 09, 2014

BJ Casey, Sackler Professor, Developmental Psychobiology, Weill Cornell Medical College, presents the latest findings on brain and behavior, which may explain increased risk taking and experimentation during adolescence. Casey discusses treatments used to promote rehabilitation and to reduce recidivism of juveniles in the justice system.

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