Law & Psychology Review

Upcoming Issue

Volume 39 Spring 2015

Theodore Y. Blumoff, Rationality, Insanity, and the Insanity Defense: Reflections on the Limits of Reason, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).

Debra D. Burke & Mark Adams, Paternalism, Social Exchange and the Law, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).

Summer Davidson, The Relationship Between Childhood Conduct Disorder and Antisocial Personality Disorder in Adulthood: An Argument in Favor of Mandatory Life Sentences Without Parole for Juvenile Homicide Offenders, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).

Ashley Nance, Social Media Selection: How Jury Consultants Can Use Social Media Profiles to Build a More Favorable Jury, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).

Robert C. NeSmith, Tough on Crime or Tough Luck for the Incarcerated? Exploring the Adverse Psychological Impacts of Mandatory Minimum Sentencing and Pushing for Action, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).

Gregory S. Parks, Shayne E. Jones, & Matthew W. Hughey, Hazing as Crime: An Empirical Analysis of Criminological Antecedents, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).

Kevin Riech, Psycho Lawyer, Qu’est-Ce Que C’est: The High Incidence of Psychopaths in the Legal Profession and Why They Thrive, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).

Charisa Smith, Finding Solution to the Termination of Parental Rights in Parents with Mental Challenges, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).

Molly J. Walker Wilson, The Rhetoric of Fear and Partisan Entrenchment, 39 Law & Psychol. Rev. (forthcoming May 2015).