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Contents 1. Psychology and Law Research: An Overview Neil Brewer, Kipling D. Williams, and Carolyn Semmler 2. Investigative Interviewing Martine B. Powell, Ronald P. Fisher, and Rebecca Wright 3. Detecting Deception Pär Anders Granhag and Aldert Vrij 4. Eyewitness Recall and Testimony Ainat Pansky, Asher Koriat, and Morris Goldsmith 5. Children's Recall and Testimony Jason J. Dickinson, Debra A. Poole, and Rachel L. Laimon 6. Eyewitness Identification Neil Brewer, Nathan Weber, and Carolyn Semmler 7. False Memories Matthew P. Gerrie, Maryanne Garry, and Elizabeth F. Loftus 8. Pre-Trial Publicity and Its Influence on Juror Decision Making Christina A. Studebaker and Steven D. Penrod 9. Trial Strategy and Tactics Kipling D. Williams and Andrew Jones 10. Simulation, Realism, and the Study of the Jury Norbert L. Kerr and Robert M. Bray 11. The Psychology of Jury and Juror Decision Making Lora M. Levett, Erin Danielsen, Margaret Bull Kovera, and Brian L. Cutler 12. The Comprehension of Judicial Instructions James R. P. Ogloff and V. Gordon Rose 13. Dealing with the Guilty Offender Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Lynne ForsterLee, and Robert ForsterLee 14. Helping Experimental Psychology Affect Legal Policy Gary L. Wells
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