What are we talking about when we talk about "self-reference":A cognitive ontology database of fMRI-based self-reference studies
Self-reference (or Self-referential processes) is an important concept in cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience. It refers to cognitive processing of information relevant to self.
No evidence for neuroscience bias in adult or juvenile cases:A pre-registered mock juror study
In the last two decades, developmental neuroscience results had been cited in legal cases around the world. It may concern that these neuroscientific results are over-persuasive, i.e., neuroscience bias, as previous studies reported such an over-persuasiveness effect of neuroscientific results when compared to behavioral results in adult cases.