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by Brian H. Bornstein,Richard L. Wiener

Author: Brian H. Bornstein,Richard L. Wiener
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 2010 edition (November 16, 2010)
Pages: 214 pages
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As it stands, Emotion and the Law may nevertheless be useful for graduate students in. .Series: Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (Book 56).

As it stands, Emotion and the Law may nevertheless be useful for graduate students in forensic psychology and criminal justice as well as to legal scholars concerned with how psychological processes may influence judicial decision making. If it serves to bring these groups closer together, so much the better. With these trends in mind, Emotion and the Law brings a rich tradition in social psychology into sharp forensic focus in a unique interdisciplinary volume.

Series: Nebraska Symposium on Motivation (56). Emotion, mood and affective states, plus patterns of conduct that tend to arise from them in legal contexts, are analyzed in theoretical and practical terms, using real-life examples from criminal and civil cases.

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Psychological Perspectives . Herausgeber: Bornstein, Brian . Wiener, Richard L. (Ed. Vorschau. As it stands, Emotion and the Law may nevertheless be useful for graduate students in forensic psychology and criminal justice as well as to legal scholars concerned with how psychological processes may influence judicial decision making. Focuses on issues that are theoretical as well as practical, influencing both psychological theories of emotion and legal practice and policy.

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56th Nebraska Symposium on Emotion and the Law: Psychological Perspectives. Coordinated by: Brian H. Bornstein and Richard L. The issues are theoretical as well as practical, influencing both psychological theories of emotion and legal practice and policy

Emotion and the Law: Psychological Perspectives (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, vol. 56) (Brian Bornstein & Richard Wiener, ed. 45-96 (2009).

Emotion and the Law: Psychological Perspectives (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, vol. 28 Pages Posted: 14 Sep 2012. Determining how people's emotions affect their judgments of legal responsibility and blame, and when, if ever, they should, is a challenging and important task. This chapter explains that emotions may affect judgments of legal blame in several ways, most importantly by altering the depth of information processing; biasing perception, recall, and interpretation of information in the direction of the emotion; and providing informational cues to judgment.

Автор: Brian H. Bornstein; Richard L. Wiener Название: Emotion and .

Including a range of perspectives from Philosophy, Evolutionary Sciences, Psychology and Sociology, Emotion in Organizational Change also provides a historical picture of our knowledge of emotion. In combining philosophical, psychological, and legal work on emotional expression, the present volume brings these distinct approaches into a productive conversation.

This book brings social psychology into sharp forensic focus. Emotion, mood and affective states, plus patterns of conduct that tend to arise from them, are analyzed in theoretical and practical terms, using real-life examples from criminal and civil cases.