The Psychology Of Tort Law

Author: Jennifer K. Robbennolt
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814724809
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Tort rules and procedures also generate significant controversy—most visibly in political debates over tort reform. The Psychology of Tort Law explores tort law through the lens of psychological science.

Advances In Psychology And Law

Author: Monica K. Miller
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319294067
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This first volume of an exciting annual series presents important new developments in the psychology behind issues in the law and its applications.

Modern Tort Law

Author: V.H. Harpwood
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135252998
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Hewas able to provethat he had suffered serious psychological damage
asaresult ofmany failures onthe part of thelocal authority's social workers. The
judge held that there was no reason why the imposition of a duty couldbe
anything butfair, just and reasonable, X (Minors) v Bedfordshire CC[1995] 2AC
633andZ&others vUK(2001) FLR 612,(Caparo Industries Plc v Dickman [1990]
2AC 605).Mr Justice Eady reviewed the concept of duty of care in relation to local

Tort Law

Author: Marshall Cavendish Corporation
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9781845680152
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Cavendish lawcards are complete pocket sized guides to the key examinable areas of law.

Psychology Psychiatry And The Law

Author: Charles Patrick Ewing
Publisher: Professional Resource Press
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A classic resource for over 15 years. Psychology and psychiatry are discussed in relation to criminal justice, civil commitment, family law, tort law, and workers' compensation.

Ideology Psychology And Law

Author: Jon Hanson
Publisher: OUP USA
ISBN: 9780199737512
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This book brings together international experts on those topics to examine the sometimes unsettling interactions between psychology, ideology, and law.

Psychology And Law

Author: Andreas Kapardis
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521531610
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4 Naivete, that is, undue ignorance of procedural and substantive law that
pertains to one's area of work. Remedying this is essential in order to achieve
high external validity of one's findings and is conducive for identifying more and
interesting legal questions to be investigated (p. 12) and, finally, 5 Myopia, that is,
being interested in a few, narrow, areas of psychology such as jury decision-
making or eyewitness testimony (pp. 13-14). As already mentioned above, legal
psychologists ...

Civil Juries And Civil Justice

Author: Brian H. Bornstein
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9780387744902
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At last, here is an empirical volume that addresses head-on the thorny issue of tort reform in the US. Ongoing policy debates regarding tort reform have led both legal analysts and empirical researchers to reevaluate the civil jury’s role ...

Psychology And Law

Author: Friedrich Lösel
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 3110879778
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These are regulated by § 828 BGB (German civil code of 1900) and its legal
implications. Undeutsch (1967) has summarized the Supreme Court rulings on
the competency criteria for liability of minors since the beginning of this century.
The two principle interfaces between psychology and law in this field are de lege
lata and de lege ferenda (Wegener, 1981). The former looks at cognitive
development related to issues of forensic competency evaluations of minors in
tort (delictual) law ...

Handbook Of Psychology Forensic Psychology

Author: Irving B. Weiner
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471383215
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STUART A. GREENBERG THE LAW OF TORTS 233 Professional Roles 234 The
Rules of Civil Procedure 235 The Civil Trial Process 236 Discovery 238 Federal
Rules of Civil Procedure: Rule 35 (Fed. R. Civ. Proc. 35) 239 THE NATURE OF
THE FORENSIC EXAMINATION PROCESS 241 Informed Consent from the
Retaining Client-Attorney 242 Acquiring Collateral Documents 242 Informed
Consent from the Plaintiff 242 Tests and Other Instruments 242 Case-Substantive
Interviews ...