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Title Taking psychology and law into the twenty-first century / edited by James R.P. Ogloff.

Published New York ; London : Kluwer Academic/Plenum, [2002]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  340.019 TAKI    AVAILABLE
Physical description xxii, 413 pages ; 24 cm.
Series Perspectives in law & psychology ; v. 14.
Perspectives in law & psychology ; v. 14.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1. Two Steps Forward and One Step Backward: The Law and Psychology Movement(s) in the 20th Century / James R. P. Ogloff -- First Step Forward--the Germination and Sprouting of Law and Psychology 4 -- One Step Back--the Wilting of the Law and Psychology Movement 7 -- Second Step Forward--the Rebirth of Law and Psychology in the 1960s 8 -- Toward a Continued Strengthening of the Law and Psychology Movement in the New Millennium 11 -- Chapter 2. Psychological Jurisprudence: Taking Psychology and Law into the Twenty-First Century / John Darley, Sol Fulero, Craig Haney, Tom Tyler -- Deterrence: The Standard Approach 37 -- Psychological Jurisprudence 41 -- Role of Morality and Legitimacy in Producing Law-Abidingness 41 -- Value Socialization 44 -- Sustaining a Legal Culture: The Morality and Legitimacy of the Legal System 46 -- Criminal Codes and Citizens' Morality 46 -- Irreducible Moral Conflicts 51 -- Implications for Law 54 -- Chapter 3. Children, Psychology, and Law: Reflections on Past and Future Contributions to Science and Policy / Bette L. Bottoms, N. Dickon Reppucci, Jennifer A. Tweed, Kari L. Nysse-Carris -- Outstanding Past Accomplishments: What Can They Teach Us? 62 -- Central Areas of Research in the Field of Children, Psychology, and Law 63 -- Research, Policy, and Law: Toward Closer Future Alliances 90 -- Cautionary Notes and Conclusions 105 -- Chapter 4. Forensic Assessment: Current Status and Future Directions / Kirk Heilbrun, Richard Rogers, Randy Otto -- History of Forensic Assessment: A Summary 120 -- Forensic Assessment Instruments: A Typology 127 -- Development and Use of Forensic Assessment Instruments: Important Considerations 132 -- Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing 137 -- Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct 137 -- Specialty Guidelines for Forensic Psychologists 138 -- Standard of Practice Literature 138 -- Checklist for Use of Forensic Assessment Instruments, Forensically Relevant Measures, and Psychological Tests in Forensic Contexts 139 -- Chapter 5. Risk Assessment / Dale E. McNiel, Randy Borum, Kevin S. Douglas, Stephen D. Hart, David Lyon, Lynne E. Sullivan, James F. Hemphill -- Recent Advances 148 -- Current Issues 153 -- Recommendations for the Future 160 -- Chapter 6. Competency: Past, Present, and Future / Patricia A. Zapf, Jodi L. Viljoen, Karen E. Whittemore, Norman G. Poythress, Ronald Roesch -- Past: Review of the Field 172 -- Present: Commentary on the Field 182 -- Psycholegal Investigation of Legal Phenomena 186 -- Psychological Evaluation of Law 189 -- Phemenology of Law 190 -- Future: Bridge to the Future 191 -- Chapter 7. Eyewitness Research / R. C. L. Lindsay, John C. Brigham, C. A. Elizabeth Brimacombe, Gary L. Wells -- Review of the Field 200 -- Experience of Law: The Phenomenology of Law 209 -- Bridge to the Future 212 -- Chapter 8. Jurors and Juries: A Review of the Field / Edith Greene, Sonia R. Chopra, Margaret Bull Kovera, Steven D. Penrod, V. Gordon Rose, Regina Schuller, Christina A. Studebaker -- Jurors and Juries: A Review of the Field 225 -- A Review of What We Know 227 -- Eyewitness Testimony 231 -- Expert Evidence 232 -- Hearsay Evidence 234 -- Judicial Instructions 235 -- Communicating with the Legal System 270 -- Chapter 9. Monetary Worth of Psychological Injury: What Are Litigants Suing For? / Joti Samra, William J. Koch -- Economics of Mental Injuries 286 -- Litigation Conundrum 299 -- Future Directions in Civil Forensic Psychology 307 -- Chapter 10. Psychological Issues in Civil Law / Tristin Wayte, Joti Samra, Jennifer K. Robbennolt, Larry Heuer, William J. Koch -- Perceptions of Justice 325 -- Decisionmaking in Civil Law 345 -- Contracts and Property Law 353 -- Future Research 356 -- Chapter 11. Evaluating Published Research in Psychology and Law: A Gatekeeper Analysis of Law and Human Behavior / Richard L. Wiener, Ryan J. Winter, Melanie Rogers, Hope Seib, Shannon Rauch, Karen Kadela, Amy Hackney, Laura Warren -- Law, Psychology, and a Standard of Review 372 -- Saint Louis Conference 376 -- Detailed Analysis of Empirical Research: A Standard and Some Examples 385 -- Planned Critical Multiplism and the Gatekeepers of Empirical Science 400.
Summary During his term as President of APA-LS/Division 41, James Ogloff organized a comprehensive program of research reviews in the area of the law and psychology. Taking Psychology and Law into the Twenty-First Century is the product of that program. In these pages top scholars contribute chapters covering a wide range of topics including jurisprudence, competency, children, forensic risk assessment, eyewitness testimony, jurors and juries, lawsuits, and civil law. Also included is an introductory chapter by the editor. The result is a unique and comprehensive treatment of the issues at the confluence of these disciplines.
Other author Ogloff, James R. P.
Subject Law -- Psychological aspects.
Forensic psychology.
Sociological jurisprudence.
ISBN 0306467607 £55.00