Judicial Decision Making : Is Psychology Relevant?
In the mid-1970s, as a social psychologist dedicated to the application of knowl edge, I welcomed our field's emerging interest in the legal system. I have al ways been fascinated by jury trials-something about the idea that two con ceptions of the truth were in irrevocable conflict and juro...
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|Edition:||1st ed. 1999|
|Series:||Perspectives in Law & Psychology
|Collection:||Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
- 1: How Do Judges Decide?
- 2: Opinion Formation And Expression
- 3: Attempts to Influence Judges
- 4: The Role of the Chief Justice
- 5: Responses to Influence
- 6: History of the Psychology-Law Relationship
- 7: The American Psychological Association’S Organized Amicus Activity
- 8: The Apa’s Amicus Attempts To Influence The Supreme Court
- 9: Unsuccessful Attempts to Influence the Court
- 10: The Future of the Psychology-Law Relationship
- Name Index