This volume critically examines the psychological theory and research relevant to the courtroom trial. The contributers stress organizing and integrating existing work, as well as identifying gaps in knowledge and topics for future research. The text discusses common courtroom roles involving defendant and victim, juror, jury, judge and witness; as well as problems involving court procedures, methodological issues for research, and innovation in the courts. This volume is intended to fill a need for both integrative and broad-based summary, and critical review of the expanding empirical literature focusing on various courtroom participants and problems.
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