Translating Research into Practice

Break the cycle: Stopping intergenerational poverty through families and schools

Improving the economic stability of the family is not enough: Evidence-based family

Foresight in Blind Line-up Procedures

To avoid impermissible suggestion, photo arrays and lineups should be administered using

MMPI-2-RF comparison groups for defendants evaluated for Competency to Stand Trial and Criminal Responsibility

The MMPI-2-RF can be useful in characterizing defendants evaluated for Competency to

Promises and Pitfalls of the “Research-to-Policy-Pipeline” Process - CONCEPT Professional Training

Policymaking is complex and incorporates many factors and voices. Rigorous empirical evidence

Mandatory reporters’ knowledge, perception, and trust in Title IX - CONCEPT Professional Training

As a resident assistant (RA), a mandatory reporting role under Title IX,

Why Do Forensic Experts Disagree? Suggestions for Policy and Practice Changes - CONCEPT Professional Training

Unreliable opinions can result in arbitrary or unjust legal outcomes for forensic

Does normative data represent the norm with respect to justice-involved men? - CONCEPT Professional Training

Justice-involved men appear to represent a distinct neuropsychological population. This is the

Conducting competent research on competency and sanity - CONCEPT Professional Training

Incorporating combined competency to stand trial (CST) and mental state at the

Contextual information influences lineup identification statements - CONCEPT Professional Training

People readily incorporate contextual information into their interpretations of witnesses’ verbal expressions

Counterfactual thinking influences individual’s support for crime control theater policies

Manipulations that promoted counterfactual thinking led mock jurors to be more certain

The Influence of Intuition on Legal Decision-Making

There is a surprising correspondence between the law and laypeople’s intuitive judgments.

Evaluators Do Not Always Uphold Culturally Competent Practice Guidelines

Self-reported culturally competent practices among evaluators suggest that evaluators do not always

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