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by Lawrence S. Wrightsman
Lawrence S. Wrightsman (P.
Lawrence S. University of Minnesota, 1959) was professor of psychology at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.
Read instantly in your browser. She serves as an expert witness on jury decision-making and eyewitness reliability.
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Authors: wrightsman, lawrence. In the mid-1970s, as a social psychologist dedicated to the application of knowl edge, I welcomed our field's emerging interest in the legal system
Authors: wrightsman, lawrence. price for USA in USD (gross). In the mid-1970s, as a social psychologist dedicated to the application of knowl edge, I welcomed our field's emerging interest in the legal system. More important, the criminal justice system is a major social force that has been ignored by social psychologists for most of the twentieth century.
The purpose of this book is to examine the legal system through the use of psychological concepts, methods, and findings. The primary audience for the book includes students who are considering law as a profession, as well as other undergraduates taking a course in the psychology of the law or the criminal justice system. The book is organized by means of four basic conflicts that pervade a psychological analysis of the law.