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Taking Psychology and Law into the Twenty-First Century


Part of the Perspectives in Law & Psychology book series (PILP, volume 14)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. James R. P. Ogloff
    Pages 1-33
  3. John Darley, Sol Fulero, Craig Haney, Tom Tyler
    Pages 35-59
  4. Bette L. Bottoms, N. Dickon Reppucci, Jennifer A. Tweed, Kari L. Nysse-Carris
    Pages 61-117
  5. Kirk Heilbrun, Richard Rogers, Randy K. Otto
    Pages 119-146
  6. Dale E. McNiel, Randy Borum, Kevin S. Douglas, Stephen D. Hart, David R. Lyon, Lynne E. Sullivan et al.
    Pages 147-170
  7. Patricia A. Zapf, Jodi L. Viljoen, Karen E. Whittemore, Norman G. Poythress, Ronald Roesch
    Pages 171-198
  8. R. C. L. Lindsay, John C. Brigham, C. A. Elizabeth Brimacombe, Gary L. Wells
    Pages 199-223
  9. Edith Greene, Sonia R. Chopra, Margaret Bull Kovera, Steven D. Penrod, V. Gordon Rose, Regina Schuller et al.
    Pages 225-284
  10. Joti Samra, William J. Koch
    Pages 285-322
  11. Tristin Wayte, Joti Samra, Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Larry Heuer, William J. Koch
    Pages 323-369
  12. Richard L. Wiener, Ryan J. Winter, Melanie Rogers, Hope Seib, Shannon Rauch, Karen Kadela et al.
    Pages 371-405
  13. Back Matter
    Pages 407-413

About this book


During his term as President of APA-LS/Division 41, James Ogloff organized a comprehensive program of research reviews in the area of the law and psychology. Taking Psychology and Law into the Twenty-First Century is the product of that program.
In these pages top scholars contribute chapters covering a wide range of topics including jurisprudence, competency, children, forensic risk assessment, eyewitness testimony, jurors and juries, lawsuits, and civil law. Also included is an introductory chapter by the editor.
The result is a unique and comprehensive treatment of the issues at the confluence of these disciplines.


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