Gaudry et al (under review). Predictions and the potential societal impact of neurotechnologies in 2040.
In the review pipeline
Davenport S, Ormachea P, Haarsma G, Eagleman DM (under review). Americans born between 1958 and 1964 have more intersection with the criminal justice system across their lifetime.
Janarthanan et al (under review). Use of computerized neurocognitive assessment software for the detection of alcohol intoxication.
Ye S, Ko B, Phi H, Eagleman DM, Flores B, Katz Y, Huang B, Ghomi RH (under review). Detection of mTBI in pediatric populations using BrainCheck, a tablet-based cognitive testing software.
Ormachea PA, Haarsma G, Wilkins AD, Davenport S, Eagleman DM. The hidden cost of dropped cases and the high savings of preauthorizing arrests with prosecutors.
Schwettmann SE, Kadipasaoglu CM, Ma WJ, Eagleman DM (under review). Implicit mapping of musical relationships onto color space in chord-color synesthesia.
Eagleman DM (2010). Duration and predictability. In Attention and Time. Eds: Coull and Nobre.
Pariyadath V, Eagleman DM (2010). Duration illusions and what they tell us about the brain. In Advances in Cognitive Science: Volume 2. Eds: Srinivasan, Kar, & Pandey. Sage books.
Eagleman DM (2009). Temporality, empirical approaches. In The Oxford Companion to Consciousness. Oxford, UK.
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