Oxford: Oxford University Press (2018)

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Thomas Douglas
Oxford University
David Birks
University of Hong Kong
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Traditional means of crime prevention, such as incarceration and psychological rehabilitation, are frequently ineffective. This collection considers how crime preventing neurointerventions could present a more humane alternative but, on the other hand, how neuroscientific developments and interventions may threaten fundamental human values.
Keywords neurocorrectives  neurointerventions  rehabilitation  criminal justice  penal theory  moral enhancement  coercion
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