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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 18, Number 1, 1 January 2012

Beliefs and expectancies in legal decision making: an introduction to the Special Issue
pp. 1-10(10)
Authors: McAuliff, Bradley D.; Bornstein, Brian H.

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Beliefs about alibis and alibi investigations: a survey of law enforcement
pp. 11-25(15)
Authors: Dysart, Jennifer E.; Strange, Deryn

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Do jurors get what they expect? Traditional versus alternative forms of children's testimony
pp. 27-47(21)
Authors: McAuliff, Bradley D.; Bull Kovera, Margaret

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The effects of mock jurors' beliefs about eyewitness performance on trial judgments
pp. 49-64(16)
Authors: Neal, Tess M.S.; Christiansen, Ashley; Bornstein, Brian H.; Robicheaux, Timothy R.

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Minimization and maximization techniques: assessing the perceived consequences of confessing and confession diagnosticity
pp. 65-78(14)
Authors: Horgan, Allyson J.; Russano, Melissa B.; Meissner, Christian A.; Evans, Jacqueline R.

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Attorney and lay beliefs about factors affecting jurors' perceptions of juvenile offender culpability
pp. 113-128(16)
Authors: Camilletti, Catherine R.; Scullin, Matthew H.

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