Jury Decision Making

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Bornstein & Greene (2011)
Juries are useful for theory, research and legal policy
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Ruva & McEvoy (2008)
Pre-trial publicity or no PTP affects guilty verdicts but memory did not and only caused memory errors
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Cutler et al. (1990)
Confidence of eyewitness evidence is strongest predictor of verdicts
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Devine et al. (2009)
SOE massively important for verdicts
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Pennington & Hastie 1992
Story model of decision making process, filter info through existing schemas and beliefs
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Kassin & Neuman (1997)
Confession evidence leads to most convictions
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Culhane & Hosch (2002)
Alibi evidence is very useful to avoid conviction
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Saladin et al. (1988)
Attractive men deemed as less likely to have committed murder/armed burglary
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Kerr et al. (1995)
Juries more sympathetic to those of same religion
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Abshire & Bornstein (2003)
White mock jury more likely to find black defendant guilty than black mock jurors
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Lerner (1970)
Just World Theory
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Hastie et al. (1983)
Stages of jury decision making
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Moscovici et al. (1969)
Minority can convince majority if...
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Pre-trial publicity or no PTP affects guilty verdicts but memory did not and only caused memory errors

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Confidence of eyewitness evidence is strongest predictor of verdicts

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SOE massively important for verdicts

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