“Although commentators bravely assert that ‘advances in neurobiological research methods allow one to address the nature and biological basis of human behavior’ [and] that jurors can be counted on to critically evaluate such evidence…. the visual allure [of neuroimaging evidence] dazzle and seduce jurors in ways that are “inappropriately persuasive.” Perlin, Michael & Rae McClain, Valerie. (2010). Unasked (and Unanswered) Questions About the Role of Neuroimaging in the Criminal Trial Process. American Journal of Forensic Psychology. 28.