October 2015 Download Issue (PDF, 1.9MB)
- A glimmer of hope for the blamed rape victim: Expert testimony on ‘rape myth acceptance' (RMA) and ‘belief in a just world' (BJW) may enhance a victim's credibility
A study on courtroom strategies to enhance the credibility of rape victims.
By Yuval Feldman
- The competitive advantage of interdisciplinary training in law and social sciences
This study analyzed academic job postings over multiple disciplines to determine if interdisciplinary training is a desirable candidate quality.
By Amy Kleynhans and Brian H. Bornstein, PhD
- Teaching and researching at the intersection of law and psychology: Insights on how three seemingly divergent training roads can converge
The training and career paths of three people in the field of law and psychology.
By Jaymes Fairfax-Columbo, David S. DeMatteo, JD, PhD, and Kirk Heilbrun