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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 23, Number 9, 21 October 2017

The role of beliefs about aggression in cyberbullying and animal abuse
pp. 827-840(14)
Authors: Sanders, Cheryl E.; Henry, Bill C.

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Stereotypes influence beliefs about transfer and sentencing of juvenile offenders
pp. 841-858(18)
Authors: Greene, Edie; Duke, Lauren; Woody, William Douglas

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Influence of acculturation strategies on the judgement and punishment of an offender of North African descent
pp. 859-873(15)
Authors: Taillandier-Schmitt, Anne; Combalbert, Nicolas

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Ageism in the courtroom: mock juror perceptions of elder neglect
pp. 874-898(25)
Authors: Wasarhaley, Nesa E.; Golding, Jonathan M.

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Don’t stop believing: the relative impact of internal alibi details on judgments of veracity
pp. 899-913(15)
Authors: Keeping, Zak; Eastwood, Joseph; Lively, Christopher J.; Snook, Brent

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Intellectual and developmental disabilities and Ontario’s forensic inpatient system: a population-based cohort study
pp. 914-926(13)
Authors: Lin, Elizabeth; Barbaree, Howard; Selick, Avra; Ham, Elke; Wilton, Andrew S.; Lunsky, Yona

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