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Juries: Formation and Behavior

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First Published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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Table of Contents

Series Introduction
Volume Introduction
The Logic of Simulation in Jury Research 2
Justice Needs a New Blindfold: A Review of Mock Jury Research 13
A Typology of Jury Research and Discussion of the Structural Correlates of Jury Decisionmaking 37
Laboratory Simulation and Bias in the Study of Juror Behavior: A Methodological Note 49
Models of Jury Decision Making: A Critical Review 60
Jury Decision Making: An Empirical Study Based on Actual Felony Trials 91
Experimental Research on Jury Decision-Making 100
A Cognitive Theory of Juror Decision Making: The Story Model 105
An Integration Theory Analysis of Jurors' Presumptions of Guilt or Innocence 144
Another Look at Social Psychological Aspects of Juror Bias 159
Trial Delay as a Source of Bias in Jury Decision Making 173
Sex Role Differentiation in Jury Deliberations 181
Sex Role Differential and Juror Decisions 190
Authoritarianism and Recall of Evidence about Criminal Behavior 197
Conviction Proneness and the Authoritarian Juror: Inability to Disregard Information or Attitudinal Bias? 209
Character Structure and Jury Behavior: Conceptual and Applied Implications 218
Impact on Simulated Jurors of Testimony as a Function of Non-evidential Characteristics of Witness and Defendant 225
The Role of Extralegal Factors in Jury Verdicts 232
The Objective Reality of Evidence and the Utility of Systematic Jury Selection 257
Juror Decision Making: The Importance of Evidence 271
Mr. Prejudice, Miss Sympathy, and the Authoritarian Personality: An Application of Psychological Measuring Techniques to the Problem of Jury Bias 288
The Limits of Scientific Jury Selection: Ethical and Empirical 303
The Effect of Peremptory Challenges on Jury and Verdict: An Experiment in a Federal District Court 323
Using Communication Cues to Evaluate Prospective Jurors During the Voir Dire 365
Juror Self-Disclosure in the Voir Dire: A Social Science Analysis 379
The Conduct of Voir Dire: A Psychological Analysis 406
Jury Behavior as a Function of the Prestige of the Foreman and the Nature of His Leadership 425
The Importance of the Scapegoat in Jury Trial Cases: Some Preliminary Reflections 457
Socioeconomic Factors Influencing Jury Verdicts 471
The Effects of Prior Experience on Mock Juror Case Judgments 482
Juror Experience and Jury Verdicts 493
Psychological, Cognitive, Personality and Interpersonal Factors in Jury Verdicts 507
Acknowledgments 529
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