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CSI Effect: Popular Fiction about Forensic Science Affects the Public's Expectations about Real Forensic Science, The
NJ Schweitzer, MJ Saks
Jurimetrics 47, 357, 2007
4792007
Neuroimages as evidence in a mens rea defense: No impact.
NJ Schweitzer, MJ Saks, ER Murphy, AL Roskies, W Sinnott-Armstrong, ...
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 17 (3), 357, 2011
1982011
Neuroimage evidence and the insanity defense
NJ Schweitzer, MJ Saks
Behavioral sciences & the law 29 (4), 592-607, 2011
1232011
The impact of neuroimages in the sentencing phase of capital trials
MJ Saks, NJ Schweitzer, E Aharoni, KA Kiehl
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 11 (1), 105-131, 2014
1132014
The gatekeeper effect: The impact of judges' admissibility decisions on the persuasiveness of expert testimony.
NJ Schweitzer, MJ Saks
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 15 (1), 1, 2009
782009
Fooled by the brain: Re-examining the influence of neuroimages
NJ Schweitzer, DA Baker, EF Risko
Cognition 129 (3), 501-511, 2013
672013
Science, technology, or the expert witness: What influences jurors’ judgments about forensic science testimony?
JJ Koehler, NJ Schweitzer, MJ Saks, DE McQuiston
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 22 (4), 401, 2016
662016
Wikipedia and psychology: Coverage of concepts and its use by undergraduate students
NJ Schweitzer
Teaching of psychology 35 (2), 81-85, 2008
572008
Neuroimages in court: less biasing than feared
AL Roskies, NJ Schweitzer, MJ Saks
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 17 (3), 99-101, 2013
492013
Closing with emotion: The differential impact of male versus female attorneys expressing anger in court.
JM Salerno, HJ Phalen, RN Reyes, NJ Schweitzer
Law and Human Behavior 42 (4), 385, 2018
472018
Making sense of research on the neuroimage bias
DA Baker, JM Ware, NJ Schweitzer, EF Risko
Public Understanding of Science 26 (2), 251-258, 2017
422017
Rule violations and the rule of law: A factorial survey of public attitudes
NJ Schweitzer, DJ Sylvester, MJ Saks
DePaul L. Rev. 56, 615, 2007
282007
Visual attention and the neuroimage bias
DA Baker, NJ Schweitzer, EF Risko, JM Ware
PLOS one 8 (9), e74449, 2013
192013
Science of Influence
RB Cialdini, RL Wissler, NJ Schwietzer
Disp. Resol. Mag. 9, 20, 2002
19*2002
Jurors and Scientific Causation: What Don’t They Know, and What Can Be Done About it?
NJ Schweitzer, MJ Saks
Jurimetrics 52, 433-455, 2012
172012
Multiattribute Utility Analysis of Legal System Responses to Medical Injuries, A
MJ Saks, D Strouse, N Schweitzer
DePaul L. Rev. 54, 277, 2005
122005
Finding the perfect match: Fingerprint expertise facilitates statistical learning and visual comparison decision-making.
B Growns, EJAT Mattijssen, JM Salerno, NJ Schweitzer, SA Cole, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 29 (2), 386, 2023
92023
Communicating forensic science
NJ Schweitzer
NIJ Final Report/Executive Summary, 2016
92016
Statistical feature training improves fingerprint-matching accuracy in novices and professional fingerprint examiners
B Growns, A Towler, JD Dunn, JM Salerno, NJ Schweitzer, IE Dror
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 7 (1), 60, 2022
82022
Perceived Access to Self-relevant Information Mediates Judgments of Privacy Violations in Neuromonitoring and Other Monitoring Technologies
DA Baker, NJ Schweitzer, EF Risko
Neuroethics 7, 43-50, 2014
72014
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