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The Psychology of evidence and trial procedure

The Psychology of evidence and trial procedure

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Published by Sage Publications in Beverly Hills, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Evidence (Law) -- United States.,
    • Forensic psychology.,
    • Procedure (Law) -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and indexes.

      Statementedited by Saul M. Kassin, Lawrence S. Wrightsman.
      ContributionsKassin, Saul M., Wrightsman, Lawrence S.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF8935 .P75 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination384 p. ;
      Number of Pages384
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3021513M
      ISBN 100803923791
      LC Control Number85001688

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Kassin is author of the textbook Psychology (fourth edition) and has coauthored or edited a number of scholarly books, including Developmental Social Psychology, The Psychology of Evidence and Trial Procedure, and The American Jury on Trial. The evidence and trial procedure: the law, social policy, and psychological research / Wallace D.

Loh --The eyewitness / Gary L. Wells --Confession evidence / Saul M. Kassin, Lawrence S. Wrightsman --The probity of the polygraph / David T. Lykken --The defendant's testimony / David R. Shaffer --Character Testimony / Martin F.

Kaplan --Survey. Kassin and Wrightsman′s book concentrates on the single most important determinant of verdicts -- the evidence and court procedure. It is divided into four parts: (1) an overview and historical perspective; (2) seven substantive topics like eyewitness accounts, confessions, and character evidence; (3) an examination of the major stages of trial procedure; and (4) a provocative discussion of Author: Saul M.

Kassin. Preface - Saul M Kassin and Lawrence S WrightsmanPART ONE: INTRODUCTIONThe Evidence and Trial Procedure - Wallace D Loh The Law, Social Policy, and Psychological ResearchPART TWO: EVIDENCEThe Eyewitness - Gary L WellsConfession Evidence - Saul M Kassin and Lawrence S WrightsmanThe Probity of the Polygraph - David T LykkenThe Defendant's.

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Aug 09,  · This guide provides information about and links to the most popular and most cited sources for trial advocacy. Topics include opening/closing arguments, pre-trial procedure, trial evidence, examination of witnesses, and jury simplicityhsd.com: Thomas Keefe. He has published numerous research articles and book chapters and has co-authored or edited various scholarly books, including: Confessions in the Courtroom, The Psychology of Evidence and Trial Procedure, The American Jury on Trial: Psychological Perspectives, and.

SAUL KASSIN CURRICULUM VITAE Contact Information Work Address: Department of Psychology numerous book publishers. 3 Trial Consulting Expert testimony provided in state, federal, and military courts on interrogations and confessions; (Eds.), The psychology of evidence and trial procedure.

Beverly Hills: Sage Books. Kassin, S. M., & Baron. Honors, Awards, and Grants. Macarthur Foundation, Juvenile Justice Network grant to study biases in judgments of juvenile and minority suspects in pre-interrogation interviews ().

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Kassin went on to author several textbooks: Psychology, Essentials of Psychology, Developmental Social Psychology, The Psychology of Evidence and Trial Procedure (with Lawrence S. Wrightsman), and The American jury on trial: psychological perspectives. He is co-author of the textbook Social Psychology with Steven Fein and Hazel Rose Markus.

Texas Trial Procedure and Evidence is a single indispensable resource for trial lawyers in Texas state civil court. Since trials invariably involve issues of both procedure and evidence, the Trial Manual provides: the procedure and evidence rules and case law needed throughout trial in Ratings: 0.

areas of social psychology, cognitive psychology, psychology and law, and forensic psychology. over articles and book chapters. For 25 years, she ran a trial consulting Karelitz Professor in Evidence and Procedure at the University of New Mexico.

The book is organized into eight parts covering topics ranging from criminal process in the dual penal state to interrogation law and practice in common law jurisdictions, empirical and comparative approaches to criminal procedure, prosecution-led investigations and measures of procedural coercion in the field of corruption, international.

∙The Federal Rules of Evidence are a set of rules that governs the introduction of evidence at civil and criminal trials in United States federal trial courts. ∙The Daubert standard is a rule of evidence regarding the admissibility of expert witnesses' testimony during United States federal legal proceedings.

Can evidence from a court-ordered psychological exam be used at trial. By Marc W. Pearce, JD, PhD • University of Nebraska-Lincoln. OctoberVol 45, No. WRIGHTSMAN, THE AMERICAN JURY ON TRIAL: PSYCHOLOGICAL. PERSPECTIVES (). The publisher's jacket for the book includes the following information about the authors.

Professor Kassin was a National Institute of Mental Health Postdoctoral Re-search Fellow in the Psychology and Law Program at Stanford University, ,Author: Leo M.

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Jan 22,  · He is an author or editor of several books, including PSYCHOLOGY, DEVELOPMENTAL SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, THE AMERICAN JURY ON TRIAL and THE PSYCHOLOGY OF EVIDENCE AND TRIAL PROCEDURE.

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