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Volume 31

Table of Contents
Volume 31
The Effects of Using Social Scientific Rape Typologies on Juror Decisions to Convict
Henry F. Fradella & Kegan Brown
A Call for Precedential Heads: Why the Supreme Court’s Eyewitness Identification Jurisprudence is Anachronistic and Out-Of-Step with the Empirical Reality
Calvin TerBeek
Explaining Juvenile False Confessions: Adolescent Development and Police Interrogation
Christine S. Scott-Hawyward
“Mock” Mock Juries: A Field Experiment on the Ecological Validity of Jury Simulations
David L. Breau & Brian Brook
Gender Matters in the Insanity Defense
Christian Breheney, Jennifer Groscup, & Michele Galietta
The Judicial Response to Psychopathic Criminals: Utilitarianism over Retribution
Christina Lee
The University-Student Relationship Amidst Increasing Rates of Student Suicide
Carrie Elizabeth Gray
Atkins’ Wake: How the States Have Shunned Responsibility for the Mentally Retarded
Mark Libell
The Role of News Media in Shaping and Transforming the Public Perception of Mexican Immigration and the Laws Involved
Monica Soderlund
Criminal Insanity and Mens Rea: A Discussion of Alabama Insanity Law and the Role of Psychiatrists in Determining Criminal Insanity
Kandice Pickett
Selecting the Guilty Perpetrator: An Examination of the Effectiveness of Sequential Lineups
Shirley N. Glaze