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Ligthart, Sjors; Ienca, Marcello; Meynen, Gerben; Molnar-Gabor, Fruzsina; Andorno, Roberto; Bublitz, Christoph; Catley, Paul; Claydon, Lisa; Douglas, Thomas; Farahany, Nita; Fins, Joseph J; Goering, Sara; Haselager, Pim; Jotterand, Fabrice; Lavazza, Andrea; McCay, Allan; Wajnerman Paz, Abel; Rainey, Stephen; Ryberg, Jesper and Kellmeyer, Philipp (2023). Minding Rights: Mapping Ethical and Legal Foundations of 'Neurorights'. Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics, 32(4) pp. 461–481.

Catley, Paul and Claydon, Lisa (2023). Why neuroscience changes some things but not everything for the law. In: Swaab, Hanna and Meynen, Gerben eds. Handbook of Clinical Neurology, Volume 197. Elsevier, pp. 251–264.

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Catley, Paul (2019). Personality Change, Criminal Responsibility and Diminished Capacity. In: Waltermann, Antonia; Roef, David; Hage, Jaap and Jelicic, Marko eds. Law, Science, Rationality. Maastricht Law Series, 14. Utrecht, Netherlands: Eleven International Publishing, pp. 177–208.

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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.

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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.

Catley, Paul (2016). The Future of Neurolaw. European Journal of Current Legal Issues, 22(2), article no. 487.

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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.


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