xv, 338 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
9780195367584 hardcover 0195367588 hardcover
American Psychology-Law Society series.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 297-334) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Part I. Judges and Human Behavior.Motivation and judicial behavior : expanding the scope of inquiry /Lawrence Baum Multiple constraint satisfaction in judging /Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Robert J. MacCoun, and John M. Darley Top-down and bottom-up models of judicial reasoning /Brandon L. Bartels Persuasion in the decision making of U.S. Supreme Court justices /Lawrence S. Wrightsman Judges as members of small groups /Wendy L. Martinek TheSupreme Court, social psychology, and group formation /Neal Devins and Will Federspiel Part II. Judging as Specialized Activity.Is there a psychology of judging? /Frederick Schauer Features of judicial reasoning /Emily Sherwin In praise of pedantic eclecticism : pitfalls and opportunities in the psychology of judging /Dan Simon Judges, expertise, and analogy /Barbara A. Spellman Thresholds for action in judicial decisions /Len Dalgleish, James Shanteau, and April Park Every jury trial is a bench trial : judicial engineering of jury disputes /C.K. Rowland, Tina Traficanti, and Erin Vernon Searching for constraint in legal decision making /Eileen Braman Part III. Evaluating and Improving Judging.Evaluating judges /Gregory Mitchell Defining good judging /Andrew J. Wistrich Expertise of court judges /James Shanteau and Len Dalgleish Cognitive style and judging /Gregory Mitchell and Philip E. Tetlock Building a better judiciary /Daniel A. Farber and Suzanna Sherry.
KF8775 .P78 2010
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.