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The psychology of law : integrations and applications

Author: Irwin A Horowitz; Thomas E Willging; Kenneth S Bordens
Publisher: New York : Longman, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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The Psychology of Law presents a balanced, realistic view of the interconnections between the disciplines of law and psychology. The focus of this book is the trial, both criminal and civil. The authors bring to this focus the very latest research and theory from the social psychology, cognitive psychology, forensic psychology, and law.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Horowitz, Irwin A.
Psychology of law.
New York : Longman, ©1998
(OCoLC)755108212
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Irwin A Horowitz; Thomas E Willging; Kenneth S Bordens
ISBN: 0321006003 9780321006004
OCLC Number: 37546852
Description: xix, 412 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Psychology and Law: Methods, Assumptions, and Procedures. Ch. 1. Introduction. Ch. 2. The Role of Procedure in the Legal System --
pt. 2. The Legal Process: Actors in the Legal System. Ch. 3. Victims, Defendants, and Judges. Ch. 4. Actors in the Criminal Justice System: Police and Lawyers --
pt. 3. The Trial. Ch. 5. Pretrial Issues. Ch. 6. The Trial: Selection of a Jury, Opening Acts, and Rules of Evidence. Ch. 7. The Eyewitnesses. Ch. 8. The Child Witness and Expert Testimony. Ch. 9. The Presentation of Scientific Evidence. Ch. 10. The Jury's Decision. Ch. 11. Judges, Juries, and Justice --
pt. 4. Use of Social Science in the Legal System. Ch. 12. A Case Study: Social Science and the Death Penalty.
Responsibility: Irwin A. Horowitz, Thomas E. Willging, Kenneth S. Bordens.

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The Psychology of Law presents a balanced, realistic view of the interconnections between the disciplines of law and psychology. The focus of this book is the trial, both criminal and civil. The authors bring to this focus the very latest research and theory from the social psychology, cognitive psychology, forensic psychology, and law.

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