Wrightsman’s Psychology and the Legal System

Does trauma trigger brazen acts? Are eyewitnesses specific journalists? Can jurors distinguish truth from falsehood? Answer these questions and more in WRIGHTMAN`S PSYCHOLOGY AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM, 9th edition. Real-life cases like Bill Cosby and Dylann Roof illustrate the flesh and blood of the psychological problems discussed in the book – from the authors` motivations to discretion in sentencing. This book gives you an insightful overview of psychology`s contributions to the legal system – and the many roles available to psychologists trained within the system. Edie Greene is Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, where she is also Director of the Graduate Concentration in Psychology and Law. His research applies the principles of cognitive and social psychology to the legal system and focuses on the decision-making of judges, jurors, lawyers and witnesses; public perception of laws and their effects; and legal issues relevant to older persons. She acts as an expert witness for jury decision-making and eyewitness reliability. As a past president of the American Psychology-Law Society, she received the Society for Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring in Psychology and Law Award in 2008. Michael T. Nietzel received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 1973 and is currently president of Missouri State University. Kirk Heilbrun is currently a professor in the Department of Psychology at Drexel University.

His current research focuses on juvenile and adult offenders, legal decision-making, and the assessment and interventions associated with such decisions. He is co-director of the Pennsylvania Mental Health and Justice Center of Excellence, having served as president of the American Psychology-Law Psychology/APA Division 41 and the American Board of Forensic Psychology. He received the Distinguished Contributions to Forensic Psychology Award in 2004 and the Beth Clark Distinguished Service Contribution Award from the American Academy of Forensic Psychology in 2008. 2. The legal system: problems, structure and actors. This includes all your courses on instructor-assigned Cengage online platforms, such as MindTap, WebAssign, SAM, CengageNOWv2, and OWLv2. William H. Fortune received his J.D. from the University of Kentucky in 1964 and is currently Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky at Lexington. Customer reviews, including star ratings of products, help customers learn more about the product and decide if it`s right for them. Download the free Kindle app and instantly read Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer, no Kindle device required.

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