Horizons in neuroscience research volume 31 hardback edited by andres costa eugenio villalba chapter three reviews research and provides original data asserting that bias in legal judgment persists despite the inclusion of visual evidence partly because decision makers perceptions of visual evidence may be swayed by subjective factors. Horizons in neuroscience research volume 31 horizons in neuroscience research numbered series neuroscience 25000 select binding details quick view this book provides readers with the latest developments in neurosciences research chapter one provides a selective overview of the empirical contributions available in the last decade for . Horizons in neuroscience research volume 23 this book provides readers with the latest developments in neuroscience researchtopics covered include patient and nerve selection review techniques risks benefits and alternatives . Horizons in neuroscience research horizons in neuroscience research volume 3 andres costa and eugenio villalba editors nova science publishers inc
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