Half Title Page.
List of Entries.
About the Editors.
1: Ackerman-Schoendorf Parent Evaluation of Custody Test (ASPECT).
2: Adjudicative Competence of Youth.
3: Adult Attachment Interview (AAI).
4: Aggravating and Mitigating Circumstances, Evaluation of in Capital Cases.
5: Aggravating and Mitigating Circumstances in Capital Trials, Effects on Jurors.
6: Alcohol Intoxication, Impact on Eyewitness Memory.
7: Alibi Witnesses.
8: Alternative Dispute Resolution.
9: AMBER Alert System.
10: American Bar Association Resolution on Mental Disability and the Death Penalty.
11: Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
12: Amicus Curiae Briefs.
13: Antisocial Personality Disorder.
14: Appearance-Change Instruction in Lineups.
16: Bail-Setting Decisions.
17: Battered Woman Syndrome.
18: Battered Woman Syndrome, Testimony on.
19: Behavior Analysis Interview.
20: Bias Crime.
21: Capacity to Consent to Treatment.
22: Capacity to Consent to Treatment Instrument (CCTI).
23: Capacity to Waive Miranda Rights.
24: Capacity to Waive Rights.
25: Capital Mitigation.
26: Checklist for Competency for Execution Evaluations.
27: Chicago Jury Project.
28: Child Abuse Potential (CAP) Inventory.
29: Child Custody Evaluations.
30: Child Maltreatment.
31: Children's Testimony.
32: Children's Testimony, Evaluation by Juries.
33: Child Sexual Abuse.
34: Civil Commitment.
35: Classification of Violence Risk (COVR).
36: Clothing Bias in Identification Procedures.
37: Cognitive Interview.
38: Community Corrections.
39: Competence Assessment for Standing Trial for Defendants with Mental Retardation (CAST*MR).
40: Competency, Foundational and Decisional.
41: Competency, Restoration of.
42: Competency Assessment Instrument (CAI).
43: Competency for Execution.
44: Competency Screening Test (CST).
45: Competency to be Sentenced.
46: Competency to Confess.
47: Competency to Stand Trial.
48: Competency to Waive Appeals.
49: Competency to Waive Counsel (Proceed Pro Se).
50: Complex Evidence in Litigation.
51: Computer-Assisted Lineups.
52: Conditional Release Programs.
53: Conduct Disorder.
54: Confession Evidence.
55: Confidence in Identifications.
56: Confidence in Identifications, Malleability.
57: Conflict Tactics Scale (CTS).
58: Conformity in Eyewitness Reports.
59: Consent to Clinical Research.
60: Coping Strategies of Adult Sexual Assault Victims.
61: Criminal Behavior, Theories of.
62: Criminal Responsibility, Assessment of.
63: Criminal Responsibility, Defenses and Standards.
64: Crisis and Hostage Negotiation.
65: Critical Incidents.
66: Cross-Race Effect in Eyewitness Identification.
67: CSI Effect.
69: Damage Awards.
70: Danger Assessment Instrument (DA).
71: Death Penalty.
72: Death Qualification of Juries.
74: Detection of Deception: Cognitive Load.
75: Detection of Deception: Event-Related Potentials.
76: Detection of Deception: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
77: Detection of Deception: Nonverbal Cues.
78: Detection of Deception: Reality Monitoring.
79: Detection of Deception: Use of Evidence in.
80: Detection of Deception by Detection “Wizards”.
81: Detection of Deception in Adults.
82: Detection of Deception in Children.
83: Detection of Deception in High-Stakes Liars.
84: Diminished Capacity.
85: Diplomates in Forensic Psychology.
86: Disability and Workers' Compensation Claims, Assessment of.
87: Disparate Treatment and Disparate Impact Evaluations.
88: Dissociative Identity Disorder.
89: Divorce and Child Custody.
90: Doctoral Programs in Psychology and Law.
91: Domestic Violence Courts.
92: Domestic Violence Screening Instrument (DVSI).
93: Double-Blind Lineup Administration.
94: Drug Courts.
95: “Dynamite Charge”.
96: Elder Abuse.
97: Elderly Defendants.
98: Elderly Eyewitnesses.
99: End-of-Life Issues.
100: Estimator and System Variables in Eyewitness Identification.
101: Ethical Guidelines and Principles.
102: Ethnic Differences in Psychopathy.
103: Evaluation of Competence to Stand Trial–Revised (ECST–R).
104: Expert Psychological Testimony.
105: Expert Psychological Testimony, Admissibility Standards.
106: Expert Psychological Testimony, Forms of.
107: Expert Psychological Testimony on Eyewitness Identification.
108: Expert Testimony, Qualifications of Experts.
109: Exposure Time and Eyewitness Memory.
110: Extreme Emotional Disturbance.
111: Eyewitness Descriptions, Accuracy of.
112: Eyewitness Identification: Effect of Disguises and Appearance Changes.
113: Eyewitness Identification: Field Studies.
114: Eyewitness Identification: General Acceptance in the Scientific Community.
115: Eyewitness Memory.
116: Eyewitness Memory, Lay Beliefs About.
117: Facial Composites.
118: False Confessions.
119: False Memories.
120: Financial Capacity.
121: Financial Capacity Instrument (FCI).
122: Fingerprint Evidence, Evaluation of.
123: Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations.
124: Fitness Interview Test–Revised (Fit–R).
125: Forced Confabulation.
126: Forcible Medication.
127: Forensic Assessment.
128: Georgia Court Competence Test (GCCT).
129: Grisso's Instruments for Assessing Understanding and Appreciation of Miranda Rights.
131: Gudjonsson Suggestibility Scales.
132: Guilty but Mentally Ill Verdict.
134: Hare Psychopathy Checklist–Revised (2nd Edition) (PCL–R).
135: Hare Psychopathy Checklist: Screening Version (PCL:SV).
136: Hare Psychopathy Checklist: Youth Version (PCL:YV).
137: HCR–20 for Violence Risk Assessment.
138: Hearsay Testimony.
139: Homicide, Psychology of.
140: Hopkins Competency Assessment Test (HCAT).
141: Hypnosis and Eyewitness Memory.
142: Identification Tests, Best Practices in.
143: Inadmissible Evidence, Impact on Juries.
144: Insanity Defense, Juries and.
145: Insanity Defense Reform Act (IDRA).
146: Institutionalization and Deinstitutionalization.
147: Instructions to the Witness.
148: Interdisciplinary Fitness Interview (IFI).
149: Interrogation of Suspects.
150: Intimate Partner Violence.
151: Jail Screening Assessment Tool (JSAT).
152: Judges' Nonverbal Behavior.
153: Juries and Eyewitnesses.
154: Juries and Joined Trials.
155: Juries and Judges' Instructions.
156: Jury Administration Reforms.
157: Jury Competence.
158: Jury Decisions Versus Judges' Decisions.
159: Jury Deliberation.
160: Jury Nullification.
161: Jury Questionnaires.
162: Jury Reforms.
163: Jury Selection.
164: Jury Size and Decision Rule.
165: Jury Understanding of Judges' Instructions in Capital Cases.
166: Juvenile Boot Camps.
167: Juvenile Offenders.
168: Juvenile Offenders, Risk Factors.
169: Juvenile Psychopathy.
170: Juveniles and the Death Penalty.