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Budaházi Árpád
Author
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Fantoly Zsanett
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2019-08-28T12:43:16Z
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2019-08-28T12:43:16Z
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2019
Issn
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1586-2895
Issn
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1787-050X
uri
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12944/12857
Abstract
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Brain fingerprinting has both a past and a present in the United States of America, in other parts of the world, like in Europe, it rather only has a future. The method has been subject to tests at governmental institutions like the US Navy, the FBI or the CIA, and a few studies indicate its significant potentials and the fact that it is worth dealing with brain fingerprinting. This study aims to analyse whether the method is really suitable to play a role in criminal procedures. We also attempt to discover the boundaries of the method and to explore and define the related concerns.hu_HU
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enhu_HU
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Nordex Nonprofit Kft. – Dialóg Campus Kiadóhu_HU
Keywords
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brain fingerprintinghu_HU
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P300hu_HU
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EEGhu_HU
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testimonyhu_HU
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stimulihu_HU
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suspecthu_HU
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witnesshu_HU
Title
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Brain Fingerprinting as a Criminalistics Technique and Methodhu_HU
Type
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Folyóiratcikkhu_HU


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