In this compelling text, Sales and Krauss delineate ways in which psychologists have failed to understand the law and the context in which it operates. To combat this, they offer a roadmap for how criminal justice and forensic researchers can use research to describe, explain, predict, and provide solutions for legal situations that can have a real impact on judges, juries, and the legal profession at large.
About: Despite notable contributions in eyewitness identification and jury selection, most legal research undertaken by psychologists has had a minimal impact upon law and public policy in the United States.
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