Jury Decision-Making
Publications
Click here for PDF reprint. Appleby & Kassin (in press). When self-report trumps science: Effects of confessions, DNA, and prosecutorial theories on perceptions of guilt. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law.
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Appleby, Hasel, & Kassin (2013): Police-induced confessions: An empirical analysis of their content and impact. Psychology, Crime & Law.

  Kassin (2006). Judging eyewitnesses, confessions, informants and alibis: What is wrong with juries and can they do better? In Heaton-Armstrong et al. (Eds.), Witness Testimony: Psychological, Investigative and Evidential Perspectives.
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Sommers & Kassin (2001). On the many impacts of inadmissible testimony: Selective compliance, need for cognition, and the overcorrection bias. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
  Vidmar, Lempert, Diamond, Hans, Landsman, MacCoun, Sanders, Hosch, Kassin, Galanter, Eisenberg, Daniels, Greene, Martin, Penrod, Richardson, Heuer, & Horowitz (2000). Amicus brief: Kumho Tire v. Carmichael. Law and Human Behavior.
  Kassin & Studebaker (1998). Instructions to disregard and the jury: Curative and paradoxical effects. In Golding & MacLeod (Eds.), Intentional Forgetting: Interdisciplinary Approaches.
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Kassin & Sommers (1997). Inadmissible testimony, instructions to disregard, and the jury: Substantive versus procedural considerations. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
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Kassin & Dunn (1997). Computer-animated displays and the jury: Facilitative and prejudicial effects. Law and Human Behavior.
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Smith & Kassin (1993). Effects of the dynamite charge on the deliberations of deadlocked mock juries. Law and Human Behavior.
  Kassin & Garfield (1991). Blood and guts: General and trial specific effects of videotaped crime scenes on mock jurors. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
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Webster, King, & Kassin (1991). Voices from an empty chair: The missing-witness inference and the jury. Law and Human Behavior.
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Kassin, Smith, & Tulloch (1990). The dynamite charge: Effects on the perceptions and deliberation behavior of mock jurors. Law and Human Behavior.
  Kassin (1990). The American jury: Handicapped in the pursuit of justice. Ohio State Law Journal.
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Kassin, Williams, & Saunders (1990). Dirty tricks of cross-examination: The influence of conjectural evidence on the jury. Law and Human Behavior.
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Kassin, Reddy, & Tulloch (1990). Juror interpretations of ambiguous evidence: The need for cognition, presentation order, and persuasion. Law and Human Behavior.
  Kassin (1989). Inside the jury. Criminal Justice Review.
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Kassin & Wrightsman (1988). The American jury on trial: Psychological perspectives. Washington, DC: Hemisphere
  Kassin (1984). TV cameras, public self-consciousness, and mock juror performance. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.
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Kassin (1984). Mock jury trials. Trial Diplomacy Journal.
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Kassin & Wrightsman (1983). On the construction and validation of a juror bias scale. Journal of Research in Personality.
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Kassin (1983). Deposition testimony and the surrogate witness: Evidence for a "messenger effect" in persuasion. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
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Kassin & Juhnke (1983). Juror experience and decision-making. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Click here for PDF reprint. Kassin & Wrightsman (1981). Coerced confessions, judicial instruction, and mock juror verdicts. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
Click here for PDF reprint. Kassin & Wrightsman (1980). Prior confessions and mock juror verdicts. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
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Kassin & Wrightsman (1979). On the requirements of proof: The timing of judicial instruction and mock juror verdicts. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
Stimulus Materials
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Kassin & Sommers (1997). Case summary and variations used in this study.
Kassin & Dunn (1997). Video illustrates the jump and fall animated displays used in the pro-plaintiff and pro-defense conditions of Experiment 2.
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Kassin & Wrightsman (1983). Juror Bias Scale, or JBS.
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JBS scoring key.
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