Provides a comprehensive and understandable summary of the major theories of juror decision making.
Table of Contents
Series preface; Editor's preface; Acknowledgments; Part I. Models of Juror Decision Making: 1. Introduction Reid Hastie; 2. Some steps between attitudes and verdicts Phoebe C. Ellsworth; 3. The influence of outcome information and attitudes on juror decision making in search and seizure cases Jonathan D. Casper and Kennette M. Benedict; 4. Algebraic models of juror decision processes Reid Hastie; 5. Stochastic models of juror decision making Norbert Kerr; 6. Formal and empirical research on cascaded inference in jurisprudence David A. Schum and Anne W. Martin; 7. Argument structuring and evidence evaluation David A. Schum; 8. The story model for juror decision making Nancy Pennington and Reid Hastie; Part II. Commentaries: 9. Notes on the sampling of stimulus cases and the measurement of responses in research on juror decision making Robyn M. Davies; 10. Sausages and the law: juror decisions in the much larger justice system Joseph B. Kadane; 11. A rational game theory framework for the analysis of legal and criminal decision making Ehud Kalai; 12. Why do jury research? Richard O. Lempert; 13. Two conceptions of the juror Lola Lopes; 14. A mathematician comments on models of juror decision making Sandy Zabell; Index of names; Index of subjects.
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