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Psychological expertise in court Psychological expertise in court :
LCC: KF8965 .P775 2009 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 347.067 full
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The admissibility of expert testimony in the United States, the Commonwealth, and elsewhere / Daniel A. Krauss, Desiree Cassar and Allison Strother
Psychological and cultural aspects of interrogations and false confessions : using research to inform legal decision-making / Richard A. Leo, Mark Costanzo, and Netta Shaked-Schroer
System and estimator variables in eyewitness identification : a review / Solomon M. Fulero
Insanity in the courtroom : issues of criminal responsibility and competency to stand trial / Patricia A. Zapf, Tina M. Zottoli, and Gianni Pirelli
Psychological syndrome evidence / M. Alexis Kennedy
Child sexual abuse and the courts / Susan R. Hall
Sexual harassment : antecedents, consequences, and juror decisions / Sarah M. Greathouse, Lora M. Levett, and Margaret Bull Kovera.
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Krauss, Daniel (Daniel A.) Psychological expertise in court
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Lieberman, Joel D. Psychological expertise in court