The June 2007 issue of Law and Human Behavior 31(3) is now online. Follow the link to the publisher’s website for abstracts and access to full text articles.
- The Mitigating Effects of Suspicion on Post-Identification Feedback and on Retrospective Eyewitness Memory – Jeffrey S. Neuschatz, Deah S. Lawson, Andrew H. Fairless, Ráchael A. Powers, Joseph S. Neuschatz, Charles A. Goodsell, Michael P. Toglia
- An Evaluation of Malingering Screens with Competency to Stand Trial Patients: A Known-Groups Comparison – Michael J. Vitacco, Richard Rogers, Jason Gabel, Janice Munizza
- Race-Based Judgments, Race-Neutral Justifications: Experimental Examination of Peremptory Use and the Batson Challenge Procedure – Samuel R. Sommers, Michael I. Norton
- Competence to Complete Psychiatric Advance Directives: Effects of Facilitated Decision Making – Eric B. Elbogen, Jeffrey W. Swanson, Paul S. Appelbaum, Marvin S. Swartz, Joelle Ferron, Richard A. Van Dorn, H. Ryan Wagner
- The Comparison Question Test: Does It Work and If So How? – Heinz Offe, Susanne Offe
- Incarceration and Recidivism among Sexual Offenders – Kevin L. Nunes, Philip Firestone, Audrey F. Wexler, Tamara L. Jensen, John M. Bradford