Emily R. Murphy

UC Hastings Law

Associate Professor

200 McAllister Street

San Francisco, CA 94102

United States

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

6

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SSRN CITATIONS

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CROSSREF CITATIONS

8

Ideas:
“  Collective Cognitive Capital (forthcoming William & Mary Law Review 2022) is a framework for policy-making that brings the greatest strengths of brain and behavioral science to bear on big problems. Collective cognitive capital offers a different approach that is both (1) more descriptively holistic and precise in terms of the inputs and (2) less focused on conceptualizing humans as units of economic productivity, and more focused on conceptualizing cognitive capacity and behavior as means to pursue the values of autonomy, liberty, and dignity. Its normative definition of what is valuable—cognitive and emotional functioning that subserves and maximizes agency—is aligned with what makes us human.  ”

Scholarly Papers (6)

1.

Through a Scanner Darkly: Functional Neuroimaging as Evidence of a Criminal Defendant's Past Mental States

Stanford Law Review, Vol. 62, 2010, Gruter Institute Squaw Valley Conference 2009: Law, Behavior & the Brain
Number of pages: 91 Posted: 15 May 2009 Last Revised: 03 Feb 2013
Teneille R. Brown and Emily R. Murphy
University of Utah - S.J. Quinney College of Law and UC Hastings Law
Downloads 1,051 (26,898)

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neuroscience, fMRI, mens rea, 403, prejudicial evidence, mind reading, neuroimaging, brain images

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Evidence of Memory from Brain Data

Journal of Law and the Biosciences 2020, doi:10.1093/jlb/lsaa078 https://academic.oup.com/jlb/advance-article/doi/10.1093/jlb/lsaa078/6041176
Number of pages: 89 Posted: 09 Jun 2020 Last Revised: 07 May 2021
Emily R. Murphy and Jesse Rissman
UC Hastings Law and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Downloads 203 (190,929)

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Brain, Court, Evidence, fMRI, Machine Learning, Memory Detection, Neural Signature

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Paved with Good Intentions: Sentencing Alternatives from Neuroscience and the Policy of Problem-Solving Courts

Law and Psychology Review, Vol. 37, 2013
Number of pages: 36 Posted: 08 Mar 2012 Last Revised: 11 May 2013
Emily R. Murphy
UC Hastings Law
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neuroscience, sentencing, due process, drug courts, addiction, criminal procedure, behavior modification, autonomy, ethics

4.

Brains Without Money: Poverty as Disabling

Connecticut Law Review, Forthcoming, UC Hastings Research Paper
Number of pages: 74 Posted: 28 Jul 2021 Last Revised: 04 Oct 2021
Emily R. Murphy
UC Hastings Law
Downloads 131 (275,772)

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neuroscience, disability, civil rights, poverty law, behavioral science

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Brain-based Memory Detection and the New Science of Mind Reading

Handbook of Human Memory, Michael J. Kahana & Anthony D. Wagner, eds. Oxford University Press, Forthcoming , UC Hastings Research Paper Forthcoming
Number of pages: 37 Posted: 02 Nov 2020 Last Revised: 02 Aug 2021
Jesse Rissman and Emily R. Murphy
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and UC Hastings Law
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EEG, fMRI, Brain, Evidence, Memory

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Neuroimages as Evidence in a Mens Rea Defense: No Impact

Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 357–393, 2011
Posted: 08 Mar 2012
Arizona State University, Arizona State University (ASU) - Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, UC Hastings Law, affiliation not provided to SSRN, Dartmouth College and MINDSET

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neuroimage, scientific evidence, mens rea, juror decisionmaking