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Tables of Contents for Psychology and Law
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1. Psycholegal research: an introduction
2. Eyewitness testimony: legal, methodological, cognitive aspects and event characteristics
3. Eyewitness testimony: witness, perpetrator and interrogational variables
4. Children as witnesses
5. The jury
6. Sentencing as a human process
7. The psychologist as expert witness
8. Persuasion in the courtroom
9. Detecting deception
10. Witness recognition procedures
11. Psychology and the police
12. Conclusions.