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Law and Biology: Toward an Integrated Model of Human Behavior
(Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, 1997)
This Article explores ways in which social science perspectives on behavior can be combined with life science perspectives on behavior to the advantage of law. It emphasizes both values of and techniques for integration, ...
Sex Selection: Regulating Technology Enabling the Predetermination of a Child's Gender
(Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, 1992)
The debate over the prohibition of sex (or gender) selection (also known as "preselection" or "predetermination"), has focused almost exclusively on the context of aborting a "wrong-sex" fetus after a fetal gender-identification ...
Sex, Culture, and the Biology of Rape
(California Law Review, 1999)
For all that has been written about rape, its multiple causes remain insufficiently understood for law to deter it effectively. This follows, in part, from inadequately interdisciplinary study of rape causation. This Article ...
Evolutionary Analysis in Law
(North Carolina Law Review, 1997)
For contemporary biologists, behavior - like physical form - evolves. Although evolutionary processes do not dictate behavior in any inflexible sense, they nonetheless contribute significantly to the prevalence of various ...