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Volume 30, Number 2, April 2006

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Introduction to the Special Issue on Emotion in Legal Judgment and Decision Making
pp. 115-118(4)
Authors: Bornstein, Brian; Wiener, Richard

Law and Emotion: A Proposed Taxonomy of an Emerging Field
pp. 119-142(24)
Author: Maroney, Terry

Emotions and Attributions of Legal Responsibility and Blame: A Research Review
pp. 143-161(19)
Authors: Feigenson, Neal; Park, Jaihyun

Chaos in The Courtroom Reconsidered: Emotional Bias and Juror Nullification
pp. 163-181(19)
Authors: A. Horowitz, Irwin; L. Kerr, Norbert; S. Park, Ernest; Gockel, Christine

Gruesome Evidence and Emotion: Anger, Blame, and Jury Decision-Making
pp. 183-202(20)
Authors: Bright, David; Goodman-Delahunty, Jane

Appropriately Upset? Emotion Norms and Perceptions of Crime Victims
pp. 203-219(17)
Authors: Rose, Mary; Nadler, Janice; Clark, Jim

Credibility of the Emotional Witness: A Study of Ratings by Court Judges
pp. 221-230(10)
Authors: Wessel, Ellen; Drevland, Guri; Eilertsen, Dag; Magnussen, Svein

Emotion and the Law: A Framework for Inquiry
pp. 231-248(18)
Authors: Wiener, Richard; Bornstein, Brian; Voss, Amy

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