1
Potential fabrication in research images threatens key theory of Alzheimer’s disease | Science | AAAS
In August 2021, Matthew Schrag, a neuroscientist and physician at Vanderbilt University, got a call that would plunge him into a maelstrom of possible scientific misconduct. A colleague wanted t... [Read More]
1
Time discounting and criminal behavior | PNAS
I really enjoyed while reading this article but I have doubts that time whether time discounting is quantifiable. [Read More]
1
Searching for the neural causes of criminal behavior | PNAS
Titles from the given article:-A Disconnection Approach-Reorganization and Individual Differences-Moral Responsibility and Free Will [Read More]
1
Criminal Profiling: Real Science or Just Wishful Thinking? (2000)
Criminal profiling is designed to generate information on a perpetrator of a crime, usually a serial offender, through an analysis of the crime scene left by the perpetrator.... [Read More]
1
the design and evaluation of a game that teaches people not to fall for phish
our results confirm that games can be an effective way of educating people about phishing and other security attacks.... [Read More]
1
Psychological Profiling of Serial Arson Offenses an Assessment of Skills and Accuracy
senior detectives and fire investigators tended to perform the worst and never better than a control group that had no specific information about the crime and could do little more than guess. ... [Read More]