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Assessment practices and expert judgment methods in forensic psychology and psychiatry: An international snapshot
TMS Neal, T Grisso
Criminal Justice and Behavior 41 (12), 1406-1421, 2014
3062014
Registered replication report: Rand, greene, and nowak (2012)
S Bouwmeester, PPJL Verkoeijen, B Aczel, F Barbosa, L Bègue, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 12 (3), 527-542, 2017
2462017
Examining the factor structure of the hare self-report psychopathy scale
TMS Neal, M Sellbom
Journal of personality assessment 94 (3), 244-253, 2012
2012012
The cognitive underpinnings of bias in forensic mental health evaluations.
T Neal, T Grisso
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 20 (2), 200, 2014
1972014
Forensic psychologists’ perceptions of bias and potential correction strategies in forensic mental health evaluations.
T Neal, SL Brodsky
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 22 (1), 58, 2016
1712016
Self-efficacy and confidence: Theoretical distinctions and implications for trial consultation.
RJ Cramer, T Neal, SL Brodsky
Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 61 (4), 319, 2009
1142009
Credibility in the courtroom: How likeable should an expert witness be?
SL Brodsky, T Neal, RJ Cramer, MH Ziemke
1102009
Psychological assessments in legal contexts: Are courts keeping “junk science” out of the courtroom?
TMS Neal, C Slobogin, MJ Saks, DL Faigman, KF Geisinger
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 20 (3), 135-164, 2019
1062019
Expert witness credibility as a function of eye contact behavior and gender
TMS Neal, SL Brodsky
Criminal Justice and Behavior 35 (12), 1515-1526, 2008
822008
A general model of cognitive bias in human judgment and systematic review specific to forensic mental health.
T Neal, P Lienert, E Denne, JP Singh
Law and human behavior 46 (2), 99, 2022
692022
Warmth and competence on the witness stand: Implications for credibility of male and female expert witnesses
T Neal, RE Guadagno, CA Eno, SL Brodsky
692012
The dimensionality of trust-relevant constructs in four institutional domains: Results from confirmatory factor analyses
LM PytlikZillig, JA Hamm, E Shockley, MN Herian, TMS Neal, ...
Journal of Trust Research 6 (2), 111-150, 2016
612016
Prison rape and psychological sequelae: A call for research.
T Neal, CB Clements
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 16 (3), 284, 2010
542010
Forensic psychology and correctional psychology: Distinct but related subfields of psychological science and practice.
T Neal
American Psychologist 73 (5), 651, 2018
502018
The effects of mock jurors' beliefs about eyewitness performance on trial judgments
TMS Neal, A Christiansen, BH Bornstein, TR Robicheaux
Beliefs and Expectancies in Legal Decision Making, 49-64, 2016
492016
Interdisciplinary perspectives on trust: Towards theoretical and methodological integration
E Shockley, TMS Neal, LM PytlikZillig, BH Bornstein
Springer, 2015
492015
Are forensic experts already biased before adversarial legal parties hire them?
TMS Neal
PloS one 11 (4), e0154434, 2016
392016
Inspiring and advancing the many-disciplined study of institutional trust
TMS Neal, LM PytlikZillig, E Shockley, BH Bornstein
Interdisciplinary perspectives on trust: Towards theoretical and …, 2016
382016
Prosecutor pretrial attitudes and plea-bargaining behavior toward veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder.
JK Wilson, SL Brodsky, T Neal, RJ Cramer
Psychological Services 8 (4), 319, 2011
372011
Differences in expert witness knowledge: Do mock jurors notice and does it matter?
CT Parrott, T Neal, JK Wilson, SL Brodsky
362015
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