Rebecca K. Helm
Rebecca K. Helm
University of Exeter, Cornell University, Cornell Law School, Oxford University
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The unexonerated: Factually innocent defendants who plead guilty
JH Blume, RK Helm
Cornell L. Rev. 100, 157, 2014
Children's suggestibility research: Things to know before interviewing a child
AC Hritz, CE Royer, RK Helm, KA Burd, K Ojeda, SJ Ceci
Anuario de Psicología Jurídica 25 (1), 3-12, 2015
Too young to plead? Risk, rationality, and plea bargaining’s innocence problem in adolescents.
RK Helm, VF Reyna, AA Franz, RZ Novick
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (2), 180, 2018
Brain activation covaries with reported criminal behaviors when making risky choices: A fuzzy-trace theory approach.
VF Reyna, RK Helm, RB Weldon, PD Shah, AG Turpin, S Govindgari
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 147 (7), 1094, 2018
Logical but incompetent plea decisions: A new approach to plea bargaining grounded in cognitive theory.
RK Helm, VF Reyna
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 23 (3), 367, 2017
Are arbitrators human?
RK Helm, AJ Wistrich, JJ Rachlinski
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 13 (4), 666-692, 2016
Regulatory responses to ‘fake news’ and freedom of expression: Normative and empirical evaluation
RK Helm, H Nasu
Human Rights Law Review 21 (2), 302-328, 2021
Limitations on the ability to negotiate justice: Attorney perspectives on guilt, innocence, and legal advice in the current plea system
RK Helm, VF Reyna, AA Franz, RZ Novick, S Dincin, AE Cort
Psychology, Crime & Law 24 (9), 915-934, 2018
From meaning to money: Translating injury into dollars.
VP Hans, RK Helm, VF Reyna
Law and human behavior 42 (2), 95, 2018
Constrained waiver of trial rights? Incentives to plead guilty and the right to a fair trial
RK Helm
Journal of Law and Society 46 (3), 423-447, 2019
Trial by numbers
RK Helm, VP Hans, VF Reyna
Cornell JL & Public Policy 27, 107, 2017
Unpacking insanity defence standards: An experimental study of rationality and control tests in criminal law
RK Helm, SJ Ceci, KA Burd
The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context 8 (2), 63-68, 2016
Numeracy in the jury box: Numerical ability, meaningful anchors, and damage award decision making
RK Helm, VP Hans, VF Reyna, K Reed
Applied Cognitive Psychology 34 (2), 434-448, 2020
The fuzzy-trace dual process model
VF Reyna, S Rahimi-Golkhandan, DMN Garavito, RK Helm
Dual process theory 2.0, 82-99, 2017
Conviction by consent? Vulnerability, autonomy and conviction by guilty plea
RK Helm
The Journal of Criminal Law 83 (2), 161-172, 2019
Can implicit associations distinguish true and false eyewitness memory? Development and preliminary testing of the IATe
RK Helm, SJ Ceci, KA Burd
Behavioral sciences & the law 34 (6), 803-819, 2016
Guilty plea decisions: Moving beyond the autonomy myth
RK Helm, R Dehaghani, D Newman
The Modern Law Review 85 (1), 133-163, 2022
Cognitive theory and plea-bargaining
RK Helm
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 5 (2), 195-201, 2018
Evaluating witness testimony: Juror knowledge, false memory, and the utility of evidence-based directions
RK Helm
The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 25 (4), 264-285, 2021
The low prevalence effect in fingerprint comparison amongst forensic science trainees and novices
B Growns, JD Dunn, RK Helm, A Towler, J Kukucka
Plos one 17 (8), e0272338, 2022
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