Readings in trial advocacy and the social sciences ; Volume 4.
First published 1994 by Garland Publishing. Reprints of journal articles from 1975-1990.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
On the requirements of proof : the timing of judicial instruction and mock juror verdicts / Saul M. Kassin and Lawrence S. Wrightsman Toward criminal jury instructions that jurors can understand / Laurence J. Severance, Edith Greene, and Elizabeth F. Loftus On the inefficacy of limiting instructions : when jurors use prior conviction evidence to decide on guilt / Roselle L. Wissler and Michael J. Saks Guidelines for drafting understandable jury instructions : an introduction to the use of psycholinguistics / Edward J. Imwinkelried and Lloyd R. Schwed Effect of particularized instructions on evaluation of eyewitness identification evidence / Michael H. Hoffheimer Do jurors understand criminal jury instructions? Analyzing the results of the Michigan juror comprehension project / Geoffrey P. Kramer and Dorean M. Koenig A comparison of verdicts obtained in severed and joined criminal trials / Irwin A. Horowitz, Kenneth S. Bordens, and Marc S. Feldman The effects of consensus requirements and multiple decisions on mock juror verdict preferences / James H. Davis. [et al.] Biases in trials involving defendants charged with multiple offenses. Sarah Tanford and Steven Penrod Runaway verdicts or reasoned determinations : mock juror strategies in awarding damages / Jane Goodman, Edith Greene, and Elizabeth F. Loftus Lawyers' predictions of success / Elizabeth F. Loftus and Willem A. Wagenaar Determining damages : the influence of expert testimony on jurors' decision making / Allan Raitz. [et al.] Judges' nonverbal behavior in jury trials : a threat to judicial impartiality / Notes The appearance of justice : judges' verbal and nonverbal behavior in criminal jury trials / Peter David Blanck, Robert Rosenthal, LaDoris Hazzard Cordell.