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2017

Catley, Paul (2017). Abolishing Insanity: Proposals from England and Wales. In: White, Mark. D. ed. The Insanity Defense: Multidisciplinary Views on Its History, Trends, and Controversies. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, pp. 273–305.

2016

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. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Catley, Paul (2016). The Future of Neurolaw. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22(2) file

2015

Catley, Paul and Claydon, Lisa (2015). The use of neuroscientific evidence in the courtroom by those accused of criminal offenses in England and Wales. Journal of Law and the Biosciences, 2(3) pp. 510–549. file

Catley, Paul and Pywell, Stephanie (2015). The ethical imperative of ascertaining and respecting the wishes of the minimally conscious patient facing a life-or-death decision. In: Sturma, D.; Honnefelder, L. and Fuchs, M. eds. Jahrbuch für Wissenschaft und Ethik. Band 19. Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 77–90. file

2014

Catley, Paul (2014). Online formative MCQs to supplement traditional teaching: a very significant positive impact on student performance in the short and long run. Brookes E-Journal of Learning and Teaching, 6(1) file

2011

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.

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