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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 33 citing Social psychology in court. 

When Formality Works: Authority and Abstraction in Law and Organizations

Arthur L. Stinchcombe - Law - 2001 - 208 pages
In this innovative exploration of the concept of formality, or governing by abstraction, Arthur Stinchcombe breathes new life into an idea that scholars have all but ignored in ...
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Group Performance and Interaction

Craig D. Parks, Lawrence J. Sanna - Psychology - 1999 - 281 pages
Group Performance and Interaction is the first textbook to address the many recent changes in the field of groups and group decisionmaking from a social psychological ...
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Managing conflict

Herb Bisno - Psychology - 1988 - 175 pages
The author proposes that conflict is as natural as harmony and that it is even necessary for the attainment of positive goals. He focuses not on the elimination of conflict but ...
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Psychology and Law: The State of the Discipline

Ronald Roesch, Stephen D. Hart, James R.P. Ogloff - Psychology - 1999 - 459 pages
As law is instituted by society to serve society, there can be no question that psychology plays an important and inevitable role in the legal process, clarifying or ...
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Inside the Juror: The Psychology of Juror Decision Making

Reid Hastie - Law - 1994 - 277 pages
Provides a comprehensive and understandable summary of the major theories of juror decision making.
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