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journal contribution
posted on 11.05.2020 by Ian Lambie

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Published 29 Jan 2020


What were they thinking? A discussion paper on brain and behaviour in relation to the justice system in New Zealand is the fourth in a series of reports. It presents strong evidence of the over-representation of people in the criminal justice system who have had brain injuries, shedding new light on the impact of such injuries and developmental differences on both victims and offenders.



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The Office of the Prime Minister's Chief Science Advisor

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