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"An excellent book on the current state of the knowledge of psychological science applied to the legal system. This book had me hooked from the moment I read the foreword ... and kept me interested through the end of the last commentary ... .There were numerous highlights ... .The contents of this book are not just informative but timely. In summary, this book is excellent and is highly recommended for the general public, students, and legal and psychological practitioners and researchers. Borgida and Fiske make it very apparent that scientific psychologists have an understanding of human thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that can aid legal decision makers." (PsycCritiques, December 2008) "Eugene Borgida and Susan Fiske assembled a distinguished group of psychological scientists to articulate the state of scientific findings on issues of relevance to modern litigation ... .I highly recommend this book to a wide variety of audiences ... .This is a timely and important volume that should be widely read. It will not be a waste of time." (Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 2008)
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Eugene Borgida is Professor of Psychology and Law at the University of Minnesota and Morse-Alumni Distinguished Professor of Psychology. He is also co-author of the forthcoming book, The Political Psychology of Democratic Citizenship (with John L. Sullivan and Christopher Federico). Susan T. Fiske is Eugene Higgins Professor of Psychology at Princeton University. Her publications include Social Cognition: From Brains to Culture (with Shelley Taylor, 2008) and Social Beings: A Core Motives Approach to Social Psychology (2004).
Notes on Contributors. Foreword (Mahzarin R. Banaji). Acknowledgments. Introduction (Eugene Borgida and Susan T. Fiske). Part I Psychological Science on Stereotyping, Prejudice, and Discrimination. 1 Race, Crime, and Antidiscrimination (R. Richard Banks, Jennifer L. Eberhardt, and Lee Ross). 2 Discrimination in America and Legal Strategies for Reducing It (Faye J. Crosby and John F. Dovidio). 3 The Young Science of Prejudice Against Older Adults: Established Answers and Open Questions About Ageism (Todd D. Nelson). 4 Gender Prejudice: On the Risks of Occupying Incongruent Roles (Alice H. Eagly and Anne M. Koenig). 5 From the Laboratory to the Bench: Gender Stereotyping Research in the Courtroom (Laurie A. Rudman, Peter Glick, and Julie E. Phelan). 6 (Un)common Knowledge: The Legal Viability of Sexual Harassment Research (Louise F. Fitzgerald and Linda L. Collinsworth). 7 Subjectivity in the Appraisal Process: A Facilitator of Gender Bias in Work Settings (Madeline E. Heilman and Michelle C. Haynes). Part II Psychological Science on Legal System Processes. 8 Eyewitness Identifi cation: Issues in Common Knowledge and Generalization (Gary L. Wells and Lisa E. Hasel). 9 Repressed and Recovered Memory (Elizabeth F. Loftus, Maryanne Garry, and Harlene Hayne). 10 Expert Testimony on the Psychology of Confessions: A Pyramidal Framework of the Relevant Science (Saul M. Kassin). 11 Polygraph Testing (William G. Iacono). 12 Social Science and the Evolving Standards of Death Penalty Law (Phoebe C. Ellsworth and Samuel R. Gross). 13 Pretrial Publicity: Effects, Remedies, and Judicial Knowledge (Margaret Bull Kovera and Sarah M. Greathouse). 14 Media Violence, Aggression, and Public Policy (Craig A. Anderson and Douglas A. Gentile). Part III Commentaries. 15 The Limits of Science in the Courtroom (David L. Faigman). 16 Research on Eyewitness Testimony and False Confessions (Margaret A. Berger). 17 Commentary on Research Relevant to Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment (Barbara A. Gutek). 18 The Tenuous Bridge Between Research and Reality: The Importance of Research Design in Inferences Regarding Work Behavior (Frank J. Landy). 19 Psychological Contributions to Evaluating Witness Testimony (Shari Seidman Diamond). 20 Beyond Common-sense Understandings of Sex and Race Discrimination (R. Richard Banks). 21 Behavioral Realism in Law: Reframing the Discussion About Social Science' Place in Antidiscrimination Law and Policy (Linda Hamilton Krieger). Index.