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Claydon, Lisa (2020). How much do you need to know? Perspectives on strict liability and criminal responsibility. In: Claydon, Lisa; Derry, Caroline and Ajevski, Marjan eds. Law in Motion: Fifty Years of Legal Change. Milton Keynes: Open University Law School, pp. 119–135.

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Claydon, Lisa (2019). Coercion Changes Sense of Agency. In: Walterman, Antonia; Roef, David; Hage, Jaap and Jelicic, Marko eds. Law, Science, Rationality. Maastricht Law Series (14). Maastricht: Eleven International Publishing, pp. 237–263.

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Claydon, Lisa (2017). Criminal Law and the Evolving Technological Understanding of Behaviour. In: Brownsword, Roger; Scottford, Eloise and Yeung, Karen eds. The Oxford Handbook of Law, Regulation and Technology. Oxford Handbooks Online. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Claydon, Lisa (2016). Cognitive Neuroscience, Criminal Justice and Control. In: McGuire, M. R. and Holt, Thomas J. eds. The Routledge Handbook of Technology, Crime and Justice. Routledge International Handbooks. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 462–478.

Claydon, Lisa and Catley, Paul (2016). Abolishing the Insanity Verdict in England and Wales: A Better Balance between Legal Rules and Scientific Understanding? In: Moratti, Sofia and Patterson, Dennis eds. Legal Insanity and the Brain: Science, Law and European Courts. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 207–237.

Claydon, Lisa and Rödiger, Caroline (2016). Fear, loss of control and cognitive neuroscience. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22(2), article no. 483.

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Claydon, Lisa (2012). Are there lessons to be learned from a more scientific approach to mental condition defences? International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 35(2) pp. 88–98.

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Claydon, Lisa and Catley, Paul (2011). Neuroscientific evidence in the English courts. In: Spranger, Tade Matthias ed. International Neurolaw: A Comparative Analysis. Bonn: Springer, pp. 305–328.

Claydon, Lisa (2011). Law, Neuroscience and Criminal Culpability. In: Michael, Freeman ed. Law and Neuroscience: Current Legal Issues. Current Legal Issues, 13. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Claydon, Lisa (2009). Mind the Gap: Problems of Mind, Body and Brain in the Criminal law. In: Freeman, Michael and Goodenough, Oliver eds. Law MInd and Brain. Farham: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 55–80.

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