Prof. James Giordano, PhD, is Vice President for Academic Programs and Director of the Center for Neurotechnology Studies at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies. In comments to the Los Angeles Times, he reacted to revelations that the US Army sergeant who confessed to a deadly shooting rampage had been previously diagnosed with a traumatic brain injury. The shooting spree killed 16 Afghan civilians. Prof. Giordano says the behavioral effects of a brain injury can be complex and difficult to predict. Click here to read the article in full.