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Publications by Armin Alimardani

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Book:
A. Alimardani, Ali M. Ardekani, M. Vahedi, Genetics and Crime, Majd Publication, 2015 [Farsi]

Articles:

A. Alimardani, A. M. Ardekani, L. R. Astany, A bio-social review to mitigate the punishment of unwanted acts, International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 2014, 3, 348-359.

Vahedi, M., Alimardani, A., Behrouzih, M. R., & Asli, M. R., Gender Dysphoria in Iran: legal and Islamic Jurisprudence Perspectives, Bioethics and Health Law Journal (BHL), 2017, 1(1), 41-48 [Farsi]

MirHamed Khan, A. Alimardani, M. R. Asli, M. Vahedi, The Influence of Mental Disorder on Criminal Behavior and Different Degrees of Criminal Responsibility, Journal of Medical Council of Iran, 35(1), 61-71 [Farsi]

Armin. Alimardany, Avishan. Alimardany, School, A Place to Learn Antisocial and Prosocial Behavior, International Journal of School Health, 2014 September; 1(2): e23525.

M. Izadbakhsh, A. Rezvani, B. Ghahremanpour, M. DaneshPajouh, A. Alimardany, A. Ebrahimi, M. Salami Lemraski, A. Rezaey, Modeling of a City with Fixed Speed Breaker at Streets as Electrical Generators and its Legal Aspects, Journal of Basic and Applied Scientific Research, 2013, 3(3)325-333.

Vahedi M, Rayejian Asli M, Alimardani A, Behrouzih MR. Role of Genetic Factors in Gender Identity Disorder in the Light of Juridical and Legal Views, Iran Journal of Medical Law, 2016; 10(38): 167-189. (Scientific-Research) [Farsi]

A. Alimardany, L. R. Astany, Comparative Study of Self-Defense in the New Iranian Criminal Law and the Laws of France and UK, Res. J. Recent Sci., 4 (8), pp 96-104, 2015

Articles Under Review:

A. Alimardani, J. M. Chin, Neurolaw in Australia: The Use of Neuroscientific Evidence in Criminal Proceedings.

A. Alimardani, Neuroscience, Criminal Responsibility and Sentencing in an Islamic Country: Iran.

Conferences/Presentations:

A. Alimardani, J. M. Chin, Neurolaw in Australia: The Use of Neuroscientific Evidence in Criminal Proceedings, NEUROSCIENCE & SOCIETY: Ethical, Legal & Clinical Implications of Neuroscience Research Conference, Sydney, Australia, and The 30th annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) conference, Canberra, Australia, 2017.

A. Alimardani, The Emergence of Neuroscience as a Commonly Admitted Type of Evidence in Australian Criminal Courts: How it Happened and Why We Should Care, The 30th annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) conference, Canberra, Australia.

R. Marchant, A. Alimardani, Statistical Analysis of the Relation Between Crime, Electronic Gaming Machine Accessibility and Demographics: New South Wales, Australia, The 30th annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) conference, Canberra, Australia, 2017.

A. Alimardani, Uncovering Infamous Biological Theories Buried in the Criminal Justice System: An Empirical Study of the Use of Neuroscience in Australian, The 11th annual ANZSOC Postgraduate and Early Career Research Conference, Canberra, Australia, 2017.

A. Alimardani, Neuro-time-relativity and Sentencing: How Subjective Perception of Time may Change the Length of the Prison Sentence, Presented at Law Technology and Innovation Junior Scholars Forum, UNSW, 2017.

A. Alimardani, Explaining crime in criminal proceedings: Towards a new approach, The 29th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology conference, Hobart, Australia, 2016.

A. Alimardani, Diminished Responsibility and Fuzzy Logic, The 9th Annual ANZSOC Postgraduate (PG) Conference, Adelaide, Australia, 2015.

A. Alimardani, Explaining Crime: Contributing Factors within a Multilayered Network (CFMN), 10th ANZSOC Postgraduate & Early Career Researcher Conference (PECRC), Hobart, Australia, 2016.

A. Alimardani, S. M. Alavinia Changing the context of content: Towards a game-based Approach to Teaching/Learning, Learning and Teaching Forum, Towards 2025: Inspiring Learning, 2016 (Learning and Teaching Forum Posters Booklet, p 70, UNSW, Australia)
Biopolitical Studies Research Network, Nikolas Rose Workshop, UNSW, Presented and commented on Rose, N., 2016. Neuroscience and the future for mental health?. Epidemiology and psychiatric sciences, 25(2), pp.95-100.

Workshop Report Publication(s):

Schofield, P., Rushworth, N., Mugford, S., Simpson, M. and Butler, T. (2016). Brain injury and the criminal justice system workshop report. NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Offender Health, Kirby Institute (UNSW Australia) and Brain Injury Australia, ISBN-10: 0- 7334-3661-7, ISBN-13: 978-0-7334-3661-1.

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