Civil juries and civil justice : psychological and legal perspectives /

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Other Authors: Bornstein, Brian H
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Published: New York : Springer, c2008
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245 0 0 |a Civil juries and civil justice :  |b psychological and legal perspectives /  |c Brian H. Bornstein ... [et al.], editors 
260 |a New York :  |b Springer,  |c c2008 
300 |a xii, 285 p. ;  |c 24 cm 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0 0 |a Crisis, what crisis? Perception and reality in civil justice /Brian H. Bornstein and Timothy R. Robicheaux --What's the story? Explanations and narratives in civil jury decisions /Reid Hastie --Civil juries in ecological context : methodological implications for research /Neil Vidmar --What is the study of jury decision making about and what should it be about? /Richard L. Wiener --Crossing the punitive-compensatory divide /Catherine M. Sharkey --Relationship between punitive and compensatory awards : combining extreme data with the mass of awards /Theodore Eisenberg, Valerie P. Hans, and Martin T. Wells --Damages as metaphor : a commentary /Susan Poser --Faking it? Citizen perceptions of whiplash injuries /Valerie P. Hans --Reflections on juryphobia and medical malpractice reform /Stephan Landsman --How juryphobia and fears of fraudulent claims disserve medical malpractice reform efforts /Monica K. Miller --Apologies and civil justice /Jennifer K. Robbennolt --Can we talk? Therapeutic jurisprudence, restorative justice, and tort litigation /Edie Greene --Constructs of justice : beyond civil litigation /Alan J. Tomkins and Kimberly Applequist --Signs for the future of civil justice research /Brian H. Bornstein 
650 0 |a Jurors  |z United States  |x Psychology 
650 0 |a Verdicts  |z United States  |x Psychological aspects 
650 0 |a Damages  |z United States  |x Psychological aspects 
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852 |a Law Library  |b Third Floor  |h KF8972 .C58 2008  |p 33940003653662