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Forensic Experts May Be Biased By the Side That Retains Them

Though forensic psychologists are ethically bound to be impartial in the courtroom, new research suggests that their evaluations may be influenced by whichever side hands over the paycheck. ... More>


How To Fight Racial Bias When It’s Silent And Subtle


Bernhard Leidner

University of Massachusetts Amherst http://people.umass.edu/bleidner/ What does your research focus on? My research focuses on questions of morality and justice in the context of large-scale violence and conflict between groups. […]... More>


A Long-Term Approach to Studying Antisocial Behavior

A longitudinal study of Estonian adolescents that was recently published in the European Journal of Personality may be an important addition to the literature on antisocial behavior. ... More>


Sentencing Ruling Reflects Rethinking on Juvenile Justice