Ideology, Psychology, and Law (Series in Political Psychology)

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Features the groundbreaking law-related research of political psychologists. Includes leading legal scholars' commentary and analysis of political psychologists' work. The first book to bring together experts to discuss the interaction between psychology, ideology, and law.

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Chapters are detailed and rigorous, with generous endnotes and an abundant number of graphs and tables. (Psychology Learning & Teaching)

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Jon Hanson is Alfred Smart Professor of Law and the Director of The Project on Law and Mind Sciences at Harvard Law School. He is the editor and co-founder of The Situationist Blog, which provides a forum to discuss situational forces influencing law, policies, and social institutions. His award-winning teaching and scholarship meld social psychology, social cognition, economics, history, and law.

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