The aim of the conference is to combine the perspectives of psychology, neurobiology, and cognitive science.
Recent advances in psychology, neurobiology and cognitive science have created many ideas whose relevance for jurisprudence can be significant. It is our hope that a stimulating exchange of ideas between scholars from these empirical disciplines and legal scholars will generate new insights and develop further the ongoing debate in this field.
Kraków is the most visited Polish city with a one-of-a-kind atmosphere, vivid cultural and academic life and a lot of historical must-see places. It is a vibrant city with a thriving coffee culture, many jazz clubs, live music venues and cultural events. Kraków city centre is a delight to explore on foot. It is just a short walk from its medieval Market Square (Rynek Główny) and old buildings of Jagiellonian University to the Royal Wawel Castle (Polish renaissance royal castle) and even to the ancient Jewish Quarter (Kazimierz) where you may find the heart of Kraków's bohemian character.