Jessica Salerno
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The interactive effect of anger and disgust on moral outrage and judgments
JM Salerno, LC Peter-Hagene
Psychological science 24 (10), 2069-2078, 2013
Emotion, proof and prejudice: The cognitive science of gruesome photos and victim impact statements
SA Bandes, JM Salerno
Ariz. St. LJ 46, 1003, 2014
One angry woman: Anger expression increases influence for men, but decreases influence for women, during group deliberation.
JM Salerno, LC Peter-Hagene
Law and human behavior 39 (6), 581, 2015
Emotional evidence and jurors' judgments: The promise of neuroscience for informing psychology and law
JM Salerno, BL Bottoms
Behavioral sciences & the law 27 (2), 273-296, 2009
The promise of a cognitive perspective on jury deliberation
JM Salerno, SS Diamond
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17, 174-179, 2010
Psychological mechanisms underlying support for juvenile sex offender registry laws: Prototypes, moral outrage, and perceived threat
JM Salerno, CJ Najdowski, MC Stevenson, TRA Wiley, BL Bottoms, ...
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 28 (1), 58-83, 2010
Are the effects of juvenile offender stereotypes maximized or minimized by jury deliberation?
TM Haegerich, JM Salerno, BL Bottoms
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 19 (1), 81, 2013
Women and African Americans are less influential when they express anger during group decision making
JM Salerno, LC Peter-Hagene, ACV Jay
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 22 (1), 57-79, 2019
Reasons for the disappearing jury trial: Perspectives from attorneys and judges
S Seidman Diamond, JM Salerno
La. L. Rev. 81, 119, 2020
Attachment to God, spiritual coping, and alcohol use
G Hernandez, JM Salerno, BL Bottoms
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 20 (2), 97-108, 2010
Seeing red: Disgust reactions to gruesome photographs in color (but not in black and white) increase convictions.
JM Salerno
Psychology, public policy, and law 23 (3), 336, 2017
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
Excusing murder? Conservative jurors’ acceptance of the gay-panic defense.
JM Salerno, CJ Najdowski, BL Bottoms, E Harrington, G Kemner, R Dave
Psychology, public policy, and law 21 (1), 24, 2015
Motivated secrecy: Politics, relationships, and regrets.
RI McDonald, JM Salerno, KH Greenaway, ML Slepian
Motivation Science 6 (1), 61, 2020
Experts' and novices' abilities to detect children's high-stakes lies of omission.
KL Nysse-Carris, BL Bottoms, JM Salerno
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 17 (1), 76, 2011
Give the kid a break—but only if he’s straight: Retributive motives drive biases against gay youth in ambiguous punishment contexts.
JM Salerno, MC Murphy, BL Bottoms
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 20 (4), 398, 2014
Individual versus group decision making: Jurors’ reliance on central and peripheral information to evaluate expert testimony
JM Salerno, BL Bottoms, LC Peter-Hagene
PloS one 12 (9), e0183580, 2017
Mock jurors' judgments about opposing scientific experts: Do cross-examination, deliberation and need for cognition matter?
JM Salerno, MR McCauley
American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 2009
Public attitudes toward applying sex offender registration laws to juvenile offenders
JM Salerno, MC Stevenson, TRA Wiley, CJ Najdowski, BL Bottoms, ...
Protecting children from violence: Evidence-based interventions, 193-217, 2010
Subjective interpretation of “objective” video evidence: Perceptions of male versus female police officers’ use-of-force.
JM Salerno, J Sanchez
Law and human behavior 44 (2), 97, 2020
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