Advances in Psychology and Law: Volume 4

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Download Advances in Psychology and Law: Volume 4 written by Brian H. Bornstein, Monica K. Miller in PDF format. This book is under the category Law and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 3030110419/9783030110413. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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book-author

Brian H. Bornstein, Monica K. Miller

publisher

Springer

file-type

PDF

pages

322 pages

language

English

asin

B07NGMSGWZ

isbn10

3030110419

isbn13

9783030110413


Book Description

The current volume; Advances in Psychology and Law: Volume 4; (PDF) consists of up-to-date review articles on topics relevant to psychology and law and will be of current interest to the field. Notably; the majority of these topics are currently inviting a great deal of research and public policy attention in the U.S. and elsewhere; as proofed by programs at the American Psychology-Law Society and related conferences. Topics for the present volume include: hate crimes based on gender and sexual orientation (Plumm & Leighton; attitudes toward the police (Cole et al.); alibis (Charman et al.); intimate partner violence (Mauer & Reppucci); the role of gender at trial (Livingston et al.); neuroimages in court (Glen); ; post-identification feedback (Douglass & Smalarz) and individual differences in eyewitness identification (Snowden & Bornstein); veterans’ wellbeing (Berthelot & Prager); and plea bargaining (Levett).

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Additional information

book-author

Brian H. Bornstein, Monica K. Miller

publisher

Springer

file-type

PDF

pages

322 pages

language

English

asin

B07NGMSGWZ

isbn10

3030110419

isbn13

9783030110413

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Front Matter ….Pages i-xi
Evaluating Coercion in Suspect Interviews and Interrogations (Jeffrey Kaplan, Brian L. Cutler, Amy-May Leach, Joseph Eastwood, Stephanie Marion)….Pages 1-40
The Psychology of Alibis (Steve Charman, Kureva Matuku, Alexandra Mosser)….Pages 41-72
Plea Bargaining: The Influence of Counsel (Kelsey S. Henderson, Lora M. Levett)….Pages 73-100
Post-identification Feedback to Eyewitnesses: Implications for System Variable Reform (Amy Bradfield Douglass, Laura Smalarz)….Pages 101-135
Psychological Explanations of How Gender Relates to Perceptions and Outcomes at Trial (Tyler N. Livingston, Peter O. Rerick, Monica K. Miller)….Pages 137-173
Sexual Orientation and Gender Bias Motivated Violent Crime (Karyn M. Plumm, Kristen N. Leighton)….Pages 175-196
The Law and Psychology of Bullying (Lyndsay N. Jenkins, Michelle Kilpatrick Demaray, Nicole B. Dorio, Morgan Eldridge)….Pages 197-234
The Law and Social Psychology of Racial Disparities in School Discipline (Erik J. Girvan)….Pages 235-276
Legal and Psychological Approaches to Understanding and Addressing Teen Dating Violence (Victoria A. Mauer, N. Dickon Reppucci)….Pages 277-317
Back Matter ….Pages 319-322

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