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Some Observations on Law and Psychology

SOME OBSERVATIONS ON LAW AND PSYCHOLOGY* DAVD RiEsmANt - Introductory comment. Mr. Riesman's remarks bring up what is perhaps the central psychological problem of a large number of occupations ... those which make people company presidents. At any rate, Mr. Riesman has raised questions for studies of the law and lawyers far more penetrating than that which conventionally has been done as psychology

Consumers, Seller-Advisors, and the Psychology of Trust

liability in extreme situations, the law neither protects the trust consumers place in “seller-advisors,” nor alerts them to the incentives motivating the advice that sellers give. This Article makes several ... Society Commons 1 Kelli Alces Williams Florida State University College of Law , USA 2 Florida State University College of Law , USA 3 Thi s Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Law

#Psychology: a bibliometric analysis of psychological literature in the online media

level of research fields of Psychology. The more accumulated the level of analysis, the higher the correlations. These findings are fairly robust over time and comparable to findings from research areas ... , University of Salzburg , Salzburg , Austria 1 Department of Psychology, University of Salzburg , Hellbrunnerstr. 34, 5020 Salzburg , Austria 2 & Anton Ku ̈hberger Online media and especially social media are

Fixing Law Reviews

Very few people are happy at present with the law review publishing process, from article submission and selection to editing. Complaints are longstanding; similar ones emerge from faculty and ... ’ competence] when experts in other disciplines, or law professors with extra backgrounds in economics, psychology, or philosophy, submit articles dealing with the law.”); Cramton, supra note 7, at 7 (“[T]his

Taylor’s Soft Perennialism: Psychology or New Age Spiritual Vision?

perennialism notion is not valid in the context of psychology, or of any scientific endeavor. Taylor's claims that his metaphysical schema is at least partly evidence-based appears to stem from an overly ... California Institute of Integral Studies , San Francisco, CA , USA Follow this and additional works at: https://digitalcommons.ciis.edu/ijts-transpersonalstudies Commons, and the Transpersonal Psychology

Essays in Philosophy: Moral Psychology and War

. Thomason Swarthmore College The conversation between moral psychology and war is both old and new. It’s old in the sense that scholars, psychiatrists, and soldiers have long been acquainted with the moral ... not be. This is just one example of the many different directions moral psychology and war can take. As scholars, we would do well to keep in mind how many avenues there are to examine this topic

Humanistic Psychology, Same-Sex Attraction, and Safe Spaces

In this paper, we explore the concept of a genuinely “safe space,” what it might mean, and how such a concept is usually understood in both the discipline of psychology and the larger culture ... ; //scholarsarchive; byu; edu/irp - Article 5 Humanistic Psychology, Same-Sex Attraction, and S Spaces: A Latter-day Saint Inquiry into the Meani Love Edwin E. Gantt Brigham Young University Jeffrey L. Thayne

Evolutionary psychology: theoretical foundations for the study of organizations

This article provides an introduction to evolutionary psychology and its relevance to organizational design theory and practice. Evolutionary psychology assumes that human nature reflect adaptations ... humans faced. In this article, I present a concise review of the theoretical foundations of evolutionary psychology and convey how evolutionary psychology hypotheses about organizational design, culture

A DEARTH OF KINDNESS: USING BUDDHIST PSYCHOLOGY TO EVALUATE RAWLS, NOZICK, AND CONTEMPORARY CORPORATE IDEOLOGY

Volume James G. Wilson 0 1 0 Thi s Symposium Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Law Review & Student Publications at Digital Commons @ Western New England University School of ... Law. It has been accepted for inclusion in Western New England Law Review by an authorized editor of Digital Commons @ Western New England University School of Law. For more information , please contact

Bayesian inference for psychology. Part II: Example applications with JASP

initial number of observations, consider data y that consists of two batches, y1 and y2. As mentioned above, from the law of conditional probability we have BF0+(y) = BF0+(y1) × BF0+(y2 | y1). Note that ... Bayesian procedures in psychology, we have developed JASP, a free and opensource statistical software program with an interface familiar to users of SPSS. Using JASP, researchers can obtain results from

Psychology and the Drug Addict

. Far more lives are ruined by alcoholism than by drugs, but narcotics are against the law, and in the United States the steady user of narcotics must flirt with law to obtain a steady supply for his ... of 1942, 56 Stat. 1045 (1942), 21 U.S.C. §§ 188-188n (1964); N.Y. PEN. LAW §§ 1751-1753; CAL. HEALTH & SAFETY LAW §§ 11500-11504. 2438 Stat. 785 (1914). twentieth century. Ancient records sug-' gest

Child Abuse Evidence: New Perspectives from Law, Medicine, Psychology & Statistics: Introduction

Introduction to the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform Symposium, Child Abuse Evidence: New Perspectives from Law, Medicine, Psychology & Statistics. ... , the SBS/AHT Litigation Fellow at the Wisconsin Innocence Project; three psychologists: DR. RICHARD A. LEO, a professor of law and psychology at the University of San Francisco, who has written

Child Abuse Evidence: New Perspectives from Law, Medicine, Psychology & Statistics: Question and Answer Session

A transcript of the Question and Answer session during the University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform Symposium, Child Abuse Evidence: New Perspectives from Law, Medicine, Psychology & Statistics.

Child Abuse Evidence: New Perspectives from Law, Medicine, Psychology & Statistics: Opening Remarks, November 6, 2015

Michgian Journal of Law Reform at University of Michgian Law School Scholarship Repository. It has been accepted for inclusion innUiversity of Michgian Journal of Law Reform by an authorized editor of ... University of Michgian Law School Scholarship Repository. For more infomration , please 1 Part of theEvidence Commons , Judges Commons, Juvenile Law Commons, and theMedical Follow this and additional works at

Bayesian inference for psychology. Part I: Theoretical advantages and practical ramifications

and testing for a range of popular statistical scenarios (Wagenmakers et al., this issue). Hypothesis test; Statistical evidence; Bayes factor; Posterior distribution - The psychology literature is ... rife with p values. In almost every published research article in psychology, substantive claims are supported by p values, preferably ones smaller than .05. For instance, the December 2014 issue of

Pulling the Trigger: Exploring the Debate on Using Trigger Warnings in Psychology Classrooms

of a university level psychology classroom. This workshop is designed for psychology graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, or professors involved in teaching. Trigger warnings are particularly ... warnings are, and if they are appropriate for the classroom. Thus, the goal of this workshop is to elicit a discussion about using trigger warnings in the psychology classroom and support instructors who are

Reflections on Law, Psychology, and World Government

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW REFLECTIONS ON LAW, PSYCHOLOGY, AND WORLD GOVERNMENT N ANY list of the issues of our time, peace must stand at the top. If every nation can regard itself as ... policeman is the kind of force that VOLUME 16 SPRING 1949 NUMBER 3 THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW human beings need to keep them in order. The policeman is enforcing obedience to law. The robber's

Paternalism and Psychology

the Easy Way or the Hard Way": Negative Emotions,Self-Regulation,andthe Law, 73 U Chi L Rev 183,190 (2006). The literature on self-control and hyperbolic discounting argues that people would want to ... , Psychology and the Market,94 Am Econ Rev 408,408 (2004). 11 See generally Bruno S. Frey and Reiner Eichenberger, Economic Incentives Transform Psychological Anomalies, 23 J Econ Beh & Org 215 (1994

On the Magic of Law

This essay focuses on a forgotten and ill-reputed category, long used by anthropologists and historians to describe the origins of law: the category of “magic.” At the end of the 19th century, many ... the entanglement between law, magic and power. 14. The Psychology of Formalism The end of the nineteenth century, and beginning of the twentieth, was a moment when magic was everywhere, especially in

Canadian Abortion Law

implications of abortion in the nature and control of incipient human life, the function of law, the purpose of medicine, the legal and ethical responsibilities of public institutions, touch all of us deeply and ... . It will be demonstrated that Canadian law governing abortion is actually often misapplied due to misinterpretation or willful disregard of the legal criteria. Moreover, it will be further demonstrated