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Author Gray, Sarah L

Title Enhancing juror decision-making through provision of transcripts / Sarah L. Gray
Published [Place of publication not identified] : [publisher not identified], 2004

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Description 2 volumes ; 30 cm
Contents V.1. Thesis - Enhancing juror decision-making through provision of transcripts -- v.2. Clinical portfolio - The association between challenging behaviour and offending behaviour : implications for future prevention and intervention planning
Summary This thesis explored how much evidence jurors remember when instructed to reach a verdict. Results indicated that jurors required to rely on memory recalled significantly less evidence than jurors provided with access to the court transcript and were less confident than aided jurors that they had returned the 'right' verdict. The portfolio explored a possible association between chronic childhood challenging behaviours and later offending behaviour in individuals with intellectual disability. Includes four clinical case studies. The importance of early intervention is illustrated
Notes Submitted to the School of Psychology of the Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences, Deakin University
Thesis (D.Psych. (Forensic))--Deakin University, Victoria, 2004
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (volumes1. leaves 108-121, volumes2. leaves 115-125)
Subject Memory.
Recollection (Psychology)
Jury -- Decision making.
Jury -- Psychological aspects.
Children with mental disabilities -- Psychology.
Children with mental disabilities -- Behavior modification.
Genre/Form Academic theses.
Author Deakin University. Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences
Deakin University. School of Psychology
Other Titles The association between challenging behaviour and offending behaviour : implications for future prevention and intervention planning