Volume 7

Table of Contents
Spring 1982, Volume 7
ARTICLES
“Empirical Evidence Versus Common Sense: Juror and Lawyer Knowledge of Eyewitness Accuracy”
George L. Rahaim &
Stanley L. Brodsky
“Empirical Evidence Versus Common Sense: Juror and Lawyer Knowledge of Eyewitness Accuracy”
John Ortiz Smykla
“Lawyers as Social Progressives or Reactionaries: The Law and Order Cognitive Orientation of Lawyers”
Lawrence J Landwehr
“The New Anti-Female Violent Pornography: Is Moral Condemnation the Only Justifiable Response?”
Mona A. Vivar
“The Argument Against the Use of Hypnosis to Improve or Enhance the Memory of Courtroom Witnesses”
Michael H. Scholder
BOOK REVIEWS
“Competency to Stand Trial by Ronald Roesch and Stephen L. Golding”
Gary Powell
“Eyewitness Testimony by Elizabeth Loftus”
Charles H. Durham, III