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Effects of jurors’ gender and attitudes toward intellectual disability on judgments in cases involving disabled juvenile defendants

Journal Article published 16 Mar 2015 in The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology volume 26 issue 3 on pages 407 to 424

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society (Grant-in-Aid) | Psi Chi (Graduate Research Grant)

Authors: Cynthia J. Najdowski, Bette L. Bottoms

A prospective study of pathways to hospital readmission in Canadian forensic psychiatric patients

Journal Article published 24 Oct 2017 in The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology volume 29 issue 3 on pages 368 to 386

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society (Early Career Grants Program)

Authors: Stephanie R. Penney, Lisa Marshall, Alexander I. F. Simpson

Youth’s Perceptions of Parental Support and Parental Knowledge as Moderators of the Association Between Youth–Probation Officer Relationship and Probation Non-compliance

Journal Article published 20 Oct 2015 in Journal of Youth and Adolescence volume 46 issue 7 on pages 1452 to 1471

Research funded by Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences (1228589) | American Psychology-Law Society | American Academy of Forensic Psychology | Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues | Georgetown University | National Institutes of Health (T32 DA 019426)

Authors: Sarah Vidal, Jennifer Woolard

“Blind” interviewing: Is ignorance bliss?

Journal Article published 21 Oct 2015 in Memory volume 24 issue 9 on pages 1256 to 1266

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society

Authors: Jillian R. Rivard, Michelle M. Pena, Nadja Schreiber Compo

Empathy's Relation to Appraisal of the Emotional Child Witness

Journal Article published 17 Aug 2017 in Applied Cognitive Psychology volume 31 issue 5 on pages 488 to 499

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society (Grant-In-Aid)

Authors: Daniel Bederian-Gardner, Deborah Goldfarb, Gail S. Goodman

The relationship between emotion regulation difficulties and psychopathic personality characteristics.

Journal Article published 2014 in Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment volume 5 issue 2 on pages 186 to 194

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society

Authors: John J. Donahue, Kelly S. McClure, Simon M. Moon

Are the effects of juvenile offender stereotypes maximized or minimized by jury deliberation?

Journal Article published 2013 in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law volume 19 issue 1 on pages 81 to 97

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society | University of Illinois at Chicago

Authors: Tamara M. Haegerich, Jessica M. Salerno, Bette L. Bottoms

How defendants’ legal status and ethnicity and participants’ political orientation relate to death penalty sentencing decisions.

Journal Article published Sep 2017 in Translational Issues in Psychological Science volume 3 issue 3 on pages 298 to 311

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society

Authors: Mauricio J. Alvarez, Monica K. Miller

Educating Canadian jurors about the not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder defence.

Journal Article published 2015 in Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science / Revue canadienne des sciences du comportement volume 47 issue 3 on pages 226 to 235

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society

Authors: Evelyn M. Maeder, Susan Yamamoto, Kristin L. Fenwick

Logical but incompetent plea decisions: A new approach to plea bargaining grounded in cognitive theory.

Journal Article published Aug 2017 in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law volume 23 issue 3 on pages 367 to 380

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society | National Institutes of Health (RO1NR014368-01)

Authors: Rebecca K. Helm, Valerie F. Reyna

Adolescent Offenders' Qualitative Reflections on Desistance From Crime

Journal Article published 24 Apr 2017 in Journal of Research on Adolescence volume 27 issue 4 on pages 765 to 781

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society | University of Pittsburgh

Authors: Jamie Amemiya, Jessica Kieta, Kathryn C. Monahan

The effects of the putative confession and parent suggestion on children's disclosure of a minor transgression

Journal Article published 10 Oct 2015 in Legal and Criminological Psychology volume 22 issue 1 on pages 60 to 73

Research funded by National Science Foundation (1155816) | University of California | American Psychology-Law Society | National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (HD047290)

Authors: Elizabeth B. Rush, Stacia N. Stolzenberg, Jodi A. Quas, Thomas D. Lyon

Understanding jurors' judgments in cases involving juvenile defendants: Effects of confession evidence and intellectual disability.

Journal Article published 2012 in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law volume 18 issue 2 on pages 297 to 337

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society

Authors: Cynthia J. Najdowski, Bette L. Bottoms

The Longitudinal Association of Relationship Quality and Reoffending Among First-Time Juvenile Offenders and Their Mothers

Journal Article published 26 Apr 2017 in Journal of Youth and Adolescence volume 46 issue 7 on pages 1533 to 1546

Research funded by John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation | Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention | University of California Institute for Mexico and the United States | American Psychology-Law Society

Authors: Caitlin Cavanagh, Elizabeth Cauffman

Psychopathic individuals exhibit but do not avoid regret during counterfactual decision making

Journal Article published 28 Nov 2016 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences volume 113 issue 50 on pages 14438 to 14443

Research funded by American Psychological Foundation (N/A) | American Psychology-Law Society (N/A) | Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (N/A) | Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Law, Brain and Behavior (N/A) | Brain and Behavior Research Fund (N/A) | Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (N/A)

Authors: Arielle Baskin-Sommers, Allison M. Stuppy-Sullivan, Joshua W. Buckholtz

Effects of an alibi witness’s relationship to the defendant on mock jurors’ judgments.

Journal Article published 2011 in Law and Human Behavior volume 35 issue 2 on pages 127 to 142

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society

Authors: Harmon M. Hosch, Scott E. Culhane, Kevin W. Jolly, Rosa M. Chavez, Leslie H. Shaw

Experts' and novices' abilities to detect children's high-stakes lies of omission.

Journal Article published 2011 in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law volume 17 issue 1 on pages 76 to 98

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society | Sigma Xi | University of Illinois at Chicago

Authors: Kari L. Nysse-Carris, Bette L. Bottoms, Jessica M. Salerno

Detecting over- and underreporting of psychopathology with the Spanish-language Personality Assessment Inventory: Findings from a simulation study with bilingual speakers.

Journal Article published 2008 in Psychological Assessment volume 20 issue 2 on pages 189 to 194

Research funded by American Academy of Forensic Psychology | American Psychology-Law Society Minority Affairs Committee | American Psychology-Law Society | Sam Houston State University

Authors: Krissie Fernandez, Marcus T. Boccaccini, Ramona M. Noland

Comparing the predictive utility of two screening tools for mental disorder among probationers.

Journal Article published 2013 in Psychological Assessment volume 25 issue 2 on pages 405 to 415

Research funded by American Psychology-Law Society | Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues | University of California, Irvine

Authors: Jennifer Eno Louden, Jennifer L. Skeem, Alishia Blevins

Women and African Americans are less influential when they express anger during group decision making

Journal Article published 16 May 2017 in Group Processes & Intergroup Relations on page 136843021770296

Research funded by National Science Foundation (1123147) | Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (N/A) | American Psychology-Law Society (N/A) | Psi Chi (N/A)

Authors: Jessica M. Salerno, Liana C. Peter-Hagene, Alexander C. V. Jay