Selected Articles on Neurojurisprudence and Law & Behavioral
Kathryn Abrams & Hila Keren, Who's Afraid
of Law and the Emotions?, 94 Minn. L. Rev. 1997 (2010).
Peter Alces, Law and
Morality Symposium Issue, The Moral Impossibility of Contract, 48 Wm. & Mary
L. Rev. 1647 (2007).
Susan Bandes, Emotion in Context: Exploring the
Interaction between Emotions and Legal Institutions, 33 Vermont L. Rev. 387
Kingsley R. Browne, Evolved Sex Differences
and Occupational Segregation, 27 J. Org. Behavior 143
Kingsley R. Browne, Women at War: An Evolutionary Perspective,
49 Buffalo L. Rev. 51 (2001).
Jim Chen, “Globalization and Its Losers”
Epiphytic Economics and the Politics of Place, 10 Minn. J. Global Trade 1
Terrence Chorvat & Kevin McCabe, The Brain and the Law, 359 Phil.
Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 1727 (2004).
Scott Dodson, Darwinist View of the
Living Constitution, 61 Vand. L. Rev. 1319 (2008).
E. Donald Elliot, Law and
Biology: The New Synthesis, 41 St. Louis L.J. 595 (1997).
E. Donald Elliot,
The Tragi-Comedy of the Commons: Evolutionary Biology, Economics and
Environmental Law, 20 Virginia J. Envir. L. 17 (2001).
Megan J. Erickson,
Blaming the Brain, 11 Minn. J.L. Sci. & Tech. 27 (2010).
Behavioral Biology and Constitutional Analysis, 32 Okla. City U. L. Rev. 375
Scott Fruehwald, A Biological Basis of Rights, 19 S. Cal.
Interdisc. L.J. 195 (2010)
Scott Fruehwald, The Emperor Has No Clothes:
Postmodern Legal Thought and Cognitive Science, 23 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 1
Scott Fruehwald, Reciprocal Altruism as the Basis for Contract,
47 U. Lousiville L. Rev. 489 (2009).
Oliver R. Goodenough, Mapping Cortical
Areas Associated with Legal Reasoning and Moral Intuition, 41 Jurimetrics 429
Oliver R. Goodenough & Micaela Tucker, Law and Cognitive
Neuroscience, 6 Annu. Rev.Law Soc. Sci. 28.1 (2010).
Mark F. Grady &
Michael T. McGuire, A Theory of the Origin of Natural Law, 8 J. Contemp. Legal
Issues 87 (1997).
Michael D. Guttentag, Is There a Law Instinct?, 87 Wash.
U.L. Rev. 269 (2009).
Morris B. Hoffman, Evolutionary Jurisprudence: The End
of the Naturalistic Fallacy and the Beginning of Natural Reform?, in
Law and Neuroscience: Current Legal Issues(Oxford Univ. Press, Michael
Freman, ed., 2010).
Morris B. Hoffman, The Neuroeconomic Path of the Law, 359
Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B. 1667 (2004).
Morris B. Hoffman & Timothy H.
Goldsmith, The Biological Roots of Punishment, 1 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. 627
Owen D. Jones, Book Review: Realities of Rape: Of Science and
Politics, Causes and Meanings: A Natural History of Rape:
Biological Bases of Sexual Coercion. By Randy Thornhill & Craig T. Palmer,
86 Cornell L. Rev. 1386 (2001).
Owen D. Jones, Evolutionary Analysis in Law:
An Introduction and Application to Child Abuse, 75 N.C. L. Rev. 1117
Owen D. Jones, Evolutionary Analysis in the Law: Some Objections
Considered, 67 Brook. L. Rev. 207 (2001).
Owen D. Jones, Time-Shifted
Rationality and the Law of Law’s Leverage: Behavioral Economics Meets Behavioral
95 N.W. U.L. Rev. 1141 (2001).
Owen D. Jones
& Sarah F. Brosnan, Law, Biology, and Property: A New Theory of the
Endowment Effect, 49 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1935 (2008).
Owen D. Jones et.
al., Brain Imaging for Legal Thinkers: A Guide for the Perplexed, 2009 Stan.
Tech. L. Rev. 5 (2009).
Owen D. Jones & Timothy H. Goldsmith, Law and
Behavioral Biology, 105 Colum. L. Rev. 405 (2005).
Robin Bradley Kar, The
Deep Structure of Law and Morality, 84 Tex. L. Rev. 877 (2006).
Survival of the Fairest? Evolution and the Geneticization of Rights, 30 Oxford
J. Legal Stud. 467 (2010).
Bailey Kuklin, Evolution, Politics and Law, 38
Val. U.L. Rev. 1129 (2004).
Bailey, Kuklin, Is Morality Universal, and
Should the Law Care?: The Natures of Universal Moralities, 75 Brook. L. Rev. 463
Bailey, Kuklin,The Morality of Evolutionary Self-interested
Rescues,40 Ariz. St. L. J. 453 (2008).
Bailey Kuklin, Peril Invites
Rescue: An Evolutionary Perspective, 35 Hofstra L. Rev. 171 (2006).
Leiter & Michael Weisberg, Why Evolutionary Biology Is (So Far) Irrelevant
to Legal Regulation, 29 Law & Phil.31 (2010).
Jason Mazzone, Speech and
Reciprocity: A Theory of the First Amendment, 34 Conn. L. Rev. 405
John O. McGinnis, The Human Constitution and Constitutive Law: A
Prolegomenon, 8 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 211 (1997).
Thomas W. Merrill &
Harry E. Smith, Law and Morality: Property Law: The Morality of Property, 48 Wm.
& Mary L. Rev. 1849 (2007).
John Mikhail, Is the Prohibition of Homicide
Universal? Evidence from Comparative Criminal Law, 75 Brook. L. Rev. 497
John Monahan, Symposium: Violence in the Family: Could “Law and
Evolution” Be the Next “Law and Economics?” 8 Va. J. Soc. Pol'y & L. 123
Erin Ann O'Hara, Brain Plasticity and Spanish Moss in
Biolegal Analysis, 53 Florida L. Rev. 905 (2001).
& Douglas Yarn, On Apology and Consilience, 77 Wash. L. Rev.
Neel P. Parekh, Note: When Nice Guys Finish First: The Evolution
of Cooperation, the Study of Law and the Ordering of Legal Regimes,
37 U. Mich. J. L. Reform 909 (2004).
Book Review Essay: Fashionable Nonsense: Anthony G. Amsterdam & Jerome
Bruner, Minding the Law and Steven L. Winter,
in the Forest: Law Life, and Mind, 81 Tex. L. Rev. 841 (2003).
Pardo & Dennis Patterson, Philosophical Foundations of Law &
Neuroscience, U. Ill. L. Rev., in press.
Paul H. Robinson, Robert Kurzban
& Owen D. Jones, The Origins of Shared Intuitions of Justice , 60
Vand. L. R. 1633 (2007).
J.B. Ruhl, The Fitness of Law: Using Complexity
Theory to Describe the Evolution of Law and Society and its Practical Meaning
49 Vanderbilt L. Rev. 1407
Jeffrey Evans Stake, The Property ‘Instinct,’ 359 Phil. Transactions
Royal Soc’y London 1763 (2004).
Peter Strahlendorf, Legal Concepts from an
Evolutionary Perspective, in The Sense of Justice: Biological Foundations of Law
(Roger D. Masters & Margaret Gruter eds.,
Douglas A. Terry, Don’t Forget About Reciprocal Altruism: Critical
Review of the Evolutionary Jurisprudence Movement, 34 Conn. L. Rev. 477
Ellen A. Waldman, Mindfulness, Emotions, and Ethics: The Right
Stuff?, 10 Nev. L.J. 51 (2010).
Compiled by Scott Fruehwald.
Last revised September 23,
Human Behavior: A Study in Behavioral Biology, Neuroscience, and the Law by
Edwin Scott Fruehwald (Vandeplas Publishing 2011) (Barnes & Noble) (New)