Psychology and Law An Empirical Perspective

ISBN-10: 1593855907
ISBN-13: 9781593855901
Edition: 2008
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Book details

List price: $56.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 8/7/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 516
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Neil Brewer, PhD, is Professor of Psychology at Flinders University in South Australia, where he teaches an upper-level undergraduate course on experimental psychology and law. The research programs in his laboratory span both cognitive and social psychology, focusing on issues such as confidence-accuracy and decision time-accuracy relationships in eyewitness identification, identification decision processes, eyewitness recall, eyewitness confidence effects on juror judgments, and improving comprehension of judicial instructions. Dr. Brewer's recent publications include articles inJournal of Applied Psychology,Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied,Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,Law and Human Behavior, andApplied Cognitive Psychology. He is a current member of the editorial boards ofJournal of Experimental Psychology: AppliedandLegal and Criminological Psychology. Kipling D. Williams, PhD, is Professor of Psychological Sciences at Purdue University. He is an experimental social psychologist and teaches undergraduate courses on psychology and law. Dr. Williams has conducted research on various topics focusing on psychology and law, including the biasing effects of judges' instructions, eyewitness accuracy and testimony, stealing thunder as a courtroom tactic, homonymic priming, and the effects of crime heinousness on lowering thresholds of beyond a reasonable doubt. He has also conducted research on social loafing and, more recently, on ostracism. His recent publications include articles inScience, nbsp;Journal of Personality and Social Psychology,Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, andLaw and Human Behavior. He is also author ofOstracism: The Power of Silenceand coeditor of several social psychology books, includingThe Social Outcast: Ostracism, Social Exclusion, Rejection, and Bullying. nbsp; nbsp; nbsp;

Psychology and Law Research: An Overview
Investigative Interviewing
Deception Detection
Eyewitness Recall and Testimony
Children's Recall and Testimony
Eyewitness Identification
False Memories
Pretrial Publicity and Its Influence on Juror Decision Making
Trial Strategy and Tactics
Simulation, Realism, and the Study of the Jury
The Psychology of Jury and Juror Decision Making
The Comprehension of Judicial Instructions
Dealing with the Guilty Offender
Helping Experimental Psychology Affect Legal Policy

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