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New & Forthcoming Titles | Advances in Psychology and Law

Advances in Psychology and Law

Advances in Psychology and Law

Series Editors: Bornstein, Brian H., Miller, Monica K.

ISSN: 2366-6099

The edited series focuses on topics at the nexus of Psychology and Law. It enhances understanding of the connections between these disciplines, presents “state of the science” summaries for current researchers, and provides a starting point for scholars wanting to delve into a new topic of study by reading an up-to-date review chapter on that topic. All areas of psychology (e.g., developmental, social, cognitive, clinical, neuroscience) and law (e.g., criminal, civil, contracts, property, family) are appropriate for inclusion. For instance, developmental psychology can play a role in developing legal procedures appropriate for children; clinical psychology can help develop dangerousness assessments for mentally ill criminals; and social psychologists can provide information about how jurors deliberate to a verdict.
The series editors welcome proposals for possible chapters in forthcoming volumes. To submit a chapter proposal, please contact:
Brian H. Bornstein: bbornstein2@unl.edu
Monica K. Miller: mkmiller@unr.edu

Editorial Board:
Neil Brewer (Flinders University, Australia), Theresa Gannon (University of Kent, UK), Edie Greene (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs), Margaret Bull Kovera (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York), Jeffrey Neuschatz (University of Alabama Huntsville), Jodi Quas (University of California, Irvine), and Jennifer Skeem (University of California, Irvine)