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Articles in this issue
Jury Instructions: Past, Present, and Future
Lieberman, Joel D.; Sales, Bruce D.
Commonsense Justice and Jury Instructions: Instructive and Reciprocating Connections
Finkel, Norman J.
Flexible Corrections of Juror Judgments: Implications for Jury Instructions
Wegener, Duane T.; Kerr, Norbert L.; Fleming, Monique A.; Petty, Richard E.
Does Personality Influence Reactions to Judicial Instructions? Some Preliminary Findings and Possible Implications
Shaffer, David R.; Wheatman, Shannon R.
Understanding the Limits of Limiting Instructions: Social Psychological Explanations for the Failures of Instructions to Disregard Pretrial Publicity and Other Inadmissible Evidence
Lieberman, Joel D.; Arndt, Jamie
Instructing Jurors on General Damages in Personal Injury Cases: Problems and Possibilities
Wissler, Roselle L.; Kuehn, Patricia F.; Saks, Michael J.
Precious Little Guidance: Jury Instruction on Damage Awards
Greene, Edith; Bornstein, Brian
The Conflict Between Precision and Flexibility in Explaining "Beyond a Reasonable Doubt"
Stoffelmayr, Elisabeth; Diamond, Shari Seidman
Juror Comprehension and Public Policy: Perceived Problems and Proposed Solutions
Ellsworth, Phoebe C.; Reifman, Alan
Epilogue: A Legal and Cultural Commentary on the Psychology of Jury Instructions
Conley, John M.