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Presentation of evidence to juries

Author: Robert M Krivoshey
Publisher: New York : Garland Pub., 1994.
Series: Readings in trial advocacy and the social sciences, v. 3.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert M Krivoshey
ISBN: 0815314213 9780815314219
OCLC Number: 28709271
Description: xiii, 529 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Is justice really blind? The influence of litigant physical attractiveness on juridical judgment --
Defendant's attractiveness as a factor in the outcome of criminal trials : an observational study --
The effects of defendant dress and supervision on judgments of simulated jurors : an exploratory study --
A simulated jury study : characteristics of the defendant and the jurors --
The effects of defendant status on the decisions of student and community juries --
Just world research and the attribution process : looking back and ahead --
Plaintiff's family status as affecting juror behavior : some tentative insights --
The effects of a defendant's demeanor on juror perceptions of credibility and guilt --
The jury's response to business and corporate wrongdoing --
Character of the defendant and length of sentence in rape and burglary crimes --
Rape trials and jurors' decisions : a psychological analysis of the effects of victim, defendant, and case characteristics --
Victim emotional response : effects on social reaction to victims of rape --
The child in the eyes of the jury : assessing mock jurors' perceptions of the child witness --
Detecting deceptive communication from verbal, visual, and paralinguistic cues --
On the psychology of eyewitness testimony --
Empirical evidence versus common sense : juror and lawyer knowledge of eyewitness accuracy --
Eyewitness accuracy and confidence : can we infer anything about their relationship? --
Individual and situational factors in eyewitness testimony --
Do "they all look alike"? The effect of race, sex, experience, and attitudes on the ability to recognize faces --
Warning : even memory for faces may be contagious --
Weapon focus, arousal, and eyewitness memory : attention must be paid --
A critical examination of the psychological and practical implications of eyewitness research --
Eyewitness identification : what can a psychologist tell a jury? --
Silence is not golden --
Eyewitness expert testimony and jury decisionmaking --
Do jurors share a common understanding concerning eyewitness behavior? --
Juror decision amking in eyewitness identification cases --
Effects of photographic evidence on mock juror judgement --
The effects of videotape testimony in jury trials : studies on juror decision making, information retention, and emotional arousal --
Effects of inadmissable evidence and level of judicial admonishment to disregard on the judgments of mock jurors --
Psychological aspects of courtroom testimony --
Where leading questions can lead : the power of conjecture in social interaction --
Presenting favorable and unfavorable character evidence to juries --
Dirty tricks of cross-examination : the influence of conjectural evidence on the jury.
Series Title: Readings in trial advocacy and the social sciences, v. 3.
Responsibility: edited with introductions by Robert M. Krivoshey.

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