526.01 Jury Decision Making
This course is intended as an introduction to experimental research, legal theory, and caselaw on jury decision making. Although the topic overlaps considerably with areas of basic decision making--e.g., the heuristics and biases literature--the focus will be mostly on applied research looking at the decisions of real (or simulated) jurors.
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Research and/or analytical paper(s), 20+ pages
|Brian Bornstein||Tu 4:00-5:50 PM|
Course Requirements - JD
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