The Mind of a Child: The Relationship Between Brain Development, Cognitive Functioning, and Accountability Under the Law
Guest Editors: Katherine Hunt Federle


Table of Contents
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Symposium

Introduction
Federle, Katherine Hunt pp. 317-319
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Neurobiology and the Law: A Role in Juvenile Justice?
Gruber, Staci A.; Yurgelun-Todd, Deborah A. pp. 321-340
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Neuroanatomical Background to Understanding the Brain of the Young Psychopath
Fallon, James H. pp. 341-367
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Roper v. Simmons: The Role of the Science Brief
Haider, Aliya pp. 369-377
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The Scientific Shortcomings of Roper v. Simmons
Denno, Deborah W. pp. 379-396
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Brain Overclaim Syndrome and Criminal Responsibility: A Diagnostic Note
Morse, Stephen J. pp. 397-412
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Poor Children: Child "Witches" and Child Soldiers in Sub-Saharan Africa
Cahn, Naomi pp. 413-456
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Commentaries

Battered Women and Sleeping Abusers: Some Reflections
Dressler, Joshua pp. 457-471
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The Charter of Rights and the Administration of Criminal Justice in Canada- Where Have We Been and Where Shall We Go?
L'Heureux-Dubé, Claire pp. 473-489
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Generally Speaking, Canada Is Going in the Right Direction: A Response to the Honorable Claire L'Heureux-Dubé
Sankoff, Peter pp. 491-501
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Beyond Belief: Rethinking the Role of Belief in the Assessment of Culpability
Johnson, Eric A. pp. 503-522
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Evidence History, the New Trace Evidence, and Rumblings in the Future of Proof
Mosteller, Robert P. pp. 523-541
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Review

Learning from Journalism
Pillsbury, Samuel H. pp. 543-558
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