Date

Speaker

Title

Series

FN Issue

Video

Length

10/16/2001

Piers Bannister

"Human Rights and the Death Penalty in the USA: An International Perspective"

Psychology and Law;
Department of Psychology Speaker;

Vol 17#3
Article 5

N/A

min

 

03/08/2005

Kirk Bloodsworth

"Surviving Injustice: The True Story of the First Death Row Inmate Exonerated by DNA"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 20#9
Article 2

N/A

69 min

 

09/25/2001

Vincent Bugliosi

"The Betrayal of America: How the Supreme Court Undermined the Constitution and Chose Our President"

Psychology and Law;
Henry Kravis Leadership Institute Speaker;

Vol 17#2
Article 2

N/A

73 min

 

02/08/2011

Elizabeth Cauffman

"Arrested Development"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 26#8
Article 2

Video A

69 min

 

02/24/2005

Kenneth Cloke

"Mediating Evil, War, and Terrorism"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 20#8
Article 5

N/A

47 min

 

02/07/2006

Simon Cole

"Fingerprint Evidence: Science, Psychology, Law"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 21#6
Article 3

Video

min

 

11/13/2001

Shari Diamond

"Understanding Juries"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 17#5
Article 3

N/A

77 min

 

10/29/2002

Gail Goodman

"Trauma, Memory, and Law"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 18#4
Article 2

N/A

69 min

 

04/19/1999

Barbara Gutek

"Going to Court Over Sexual Harassment: What is Important?"

Psychology and Law;
Law and Society;

Vol 14#11
Article 8

N/A

70 min

 

10/02/2001

Robert Hare

cancelled

Psychology and Law;

Vol 17#2
Article 6

N/A

min

 

04/11/2002

Robert Hare

"Psychopaths and Their Nature: Some Clues From Cognitive Neuroscience"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 17#10
Article 10

N/A

min

 

03/23/2004

Eric Hickey

"The Role of Paraphalia in Profiling Serial Murderers"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 19#8
Article 6

N/A

min

 

03/27/2008

Charles Honts

"Lie Detection and the Polygraph: Misrepresented, Misunderstood, and Misused"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 23#8
Article 10

Video

min

 

11/12/2002

Saul Kassin

"Police Interrogations and Confessions: Does Innocence put Innocents at Risk?"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 18#5
Article 2

N/A

75 min

 

09/21/2000

Richard Leo

"Miscarriages of Justice in the 21st Century: Coercion, False Confessions, and the Wrongful Conviction of the Innocent""

Psychology and Law;

Vol 16#1
Article 6

N/A

72 min

 

11/09/2000

Peter Neufeld

"Wrongful Convictions: Causes and Remedies: What is to be Done?"

Psychology and Law;
Department of Psychology Speaker;

Vol 16#4
Article 4

N/A

73 min

 

04/04/2006

Jodi Quas

"Beyond the Questions, 'Are Children Suggestible?': Child Witness Research in the 21st Century"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 21#8
Article 2

Video

min

 

02/10/2004

Michael Saks

"The Law Takes a New Look at Some Old Forensic Sciences"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 19#6
Article 2

N/A

min

 

04/12/2011

Samuel Sommers

“Race and Juries”

Psychology and Law;

Vol 26#12
Article 2

Video

min

 

03/08/2005

John Terzano

"Surviving Injustice: The True Story of the First Death Row Inmate Exonerated by DNA"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 20#9
Article 2

N/A

69 min

 

09/24/2002

William Thompson

"A Psychologist Looks at Forensic DNA Evidence"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 18#1
Article 9

N/A

77 min

 

10/19/2000

Gary Wells

"Eyewitness Misidentification: Psychological Contributions to Understanding, Predicting, and Controlling Eyewitness Error"

Psychology and Law;

Vol 16#2
Article 9

N/A

81 min

 

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