March 2015 Download Issue (PDF, 1.4MB)
- Bringing the law to psychology and psychology to the law: Dual-training at Nebraska since 1974
University Nebraska-Lincoln 40th anniversary conference and celebration
By Joshua A. Haby and Eve M. Brank, JD, PhD
- The philosophy of science on testing research and clinical questions
This article discusses on applying the philosophy of science to both experimental and clinical psychological work.
By Tess M.S. Neal, PhD
Actual innocence research
- The effects of “joinder” trials in jury decision making
In examining the case of David McCallum and William Stuckey, the author discusses the effects of a “joinder trial,” and calls for research on how such a structure may affect trial outcomes in ways that promote wrongful and rightful convictions.
By Kelsey Kelsey, MA