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Narchet et al. on Modeling the Influence of Investigator Bias on the Elicitation of True and False Confessions

Professor Dr. Fadia M. Narchet of the University of New Haven, Professor Dr. Christian A. Meissner of the University of Texas at El Paso, and Professor Dr. Melissa B. Russano of Roger Willliam University, have published Modeling the Influence of … Continue reading

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De Mulder et al. on CORMAS: A Computerized Tool for the Analysis of Eyewitness Memory Correspondence

Professor Richard V. De Mulder of the Erasmus University Centre for Computers and Law, and colleagues, have published CORMAS: A Computerized Tool for the Analysis of Eyewitness Memory Correspondence, European Journal of Law and Technology, v. 1, no. 3 (2010). … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: AP-LS 2011: American Psychology – Law Society Annual Meeting

A call for papers — with submission deadline of 15 September 2010 — has been issued for AP-LS 2011: The 2011 American Psychology – Law Society Annual Meeting, to be held 2-6 March 2011, in Miami, Florida, USA. The meeting … Continue reading

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Daftary-Kapur et al. on Measuring Knowledge of the Insanity Defense: Scale Construction and Validation

Dr. Tarika Daftary-Kapur of the Vera Institute of Justice, and colleagues, have published Measuring Knowledge of the Insanity Defense: Scale Construction and Validation, forthcoming in Behavioral Sciences and the Law. Here is the abstract: Given the influence of social conformity … Continue reading

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Robbennolt on Apologies and Legal Negotiation

Professor Jennifer K. Robbennolt of the University of Illinois College of Law will publish an overview of her empirical research on the effect of apologies on legal negotiation, in an upcoming issue of Court Review, according to a University of … Continue reading

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Ratcliff et al. on The Hidden Consequences of Racial Salience in Videotaped Interrogations and Confessions

Professor Jennifer J. Ratcliff of The State University of New York, College at Brockport, Department of Psychology, and colleagues, have published The Hidden Consequences of Racial Salience in Videotaped Interrogations and Confessions, 16 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law No. 2, … Continue reading

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Connolly et al. on Judicial Decision Making in Child Sexual Abuse Cases in Canada: A Study of Assessments of Credibility

Professor Deborah A. Connolly of the Simon Fraser University Department of Psychology, Professor Heather L. Price of the University of Regina Faculty of Arts, and Heidi M. Gordon of the University of Toronto Department of Human Development and Applied Psychology, … Continue reading

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Goodman-Delahunty et al. on Lawyers’ Ability to Predict Case Outcomes

Professor Jane Goodman-Delahunty of Charles Sturt University Australian Graduate School of Policing, and colleagues, have published Insightful or Wishful: Lawyers’ Ability to Predict Case Outcomes, 16 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law No. 2, pages 133-157 (2010). Here is the abstract: … Continue reading

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Smith on Identifying and Measuring Juror Bias About Forensic Science Evidence

Lisa L. Smith, BSc., MSc., MFSSoc., of the University of Leicester School of Psychology presented a paper entitled Identifying and Measuring Juror Bias About Forensic Science Evidence, at Jury Research Symposium 2010, held 25-26 March 2010 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. … Continue reading

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Rotenberg on A Trust in Legal Professionals Scale: Implications for Jury Functioning

Professor Kenneth J. Rotenberg of Keele University School of Psychology presented a paper entitled A Trust in Legal Professionals Scale: Implications for Jury Functioning, at Jury Research Symposium 2010, held 25-26 March 2010 in Glasgow, Scotland, UK. Click here for … Continue reading

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