Tag Archives: Psychology and law

Calls for Papers: Workshops @ ICAIL 2011

Calls for papers, with diverse submission deadlines, have been issued for the workshops at ICAIL 2011: The International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Law; the workshops are scheduled to be held 6 and 10 June 2011, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. … 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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Brest & Krieger: Problem Solving, Decision Making & Professional Judgment: A Guide for Lawyers & Policymakers

Because legal decisionmaking is a key context for legal information and communication systems, the following forthcoming textbook may be of interest to the legal informatics and legal communication community: Dean Paul Brest of Stanford University Law School and Professor Linda … Continue reading

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Emotion and the Law: Psychological Perspectives: Proceedings of the 2008 Nebraska Symposium on Motivation

Emotion and the Law: Psychological Perspectives (2009), the proceedings of the 2008 Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, and edited by Professor Brian H. Bornstein and Professor Richard L. Wiener, both of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Psychology , has been … Continue reading

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Kassin et al. on Police-Induced Confessions: Risk Factors and Recommendations

Professor Saul M. Kassin of John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and colleagues, have published Police-Induced Confessions: Risk Factors and Recommendations, forthcoming in Law and Human Behavior. Here is the abstract: “Recent DNA exonerations have shed light on the problem … Continue reading

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Lynch & Haney on Capital Jury Deliberation: Effects on Death Sentencing, Comprehension, and Discrimination

Professor Mona Lynch of the University of California, Irvine School of Social Ecology, and Professor Craig Haney of the University of California, Santa Cruz Department of Psychology, have published Capital Jury Deliberation: Effects on Death Sentencing, Comprehension, and Discrimination, 33 … Continue reading

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Arnaudo, Cognitive Law: An Introduction

Luca Arnaudo of the Italian Competition Authority and LUISS Guido Carli, has posted Cognitive Law: An Introduction on SSRN. Here is the abstract: “Over the past decades cognitive neuroscience has achieved major results in better understanding the neural basis of … Continue reading

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Redlich et al. on Self-Reported False Confessions and False Guilty Pleas among Offenders with Mental Illness

Professor Allison D. Redlich of the SUNY Albany School of Criminal Justice, and colleagues, have published Self-Reported False Confessions and False Guilty Pleas among Offenders with Mental Illness, forthcoming in Law and Human Behavior. Here is the abstract: “Persons with … Continue reading

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Mossman et al. on Quantifying the Accuracy of Forensic Examiners in the Absence of a “Gold Standard”

Dr. Douglas Mossman of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and College of Law, and colleagues, have published Quantifying the Accuracy of Forensic Examiners in the Absence of a “Gold Standard”, forthcoming in Law and Human Behavior. Here is … Continue reading

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Zarkadi et al. on Creating Fair Lineups for Suspects With Distinctive Features

Dr. Theodora Zarkadi and colleagues of the University of Warwick Department of Psychology have published Creating Fair Lineups for Suspects With Distinctive Features, forthcoming in Psychological Science. Here is the abstract: “In their descriptions, eyewitnesses often refer to a culprit’s … Continue reading

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