Professor of Psychology
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B.A. University of Wisconsin Philosophy M.A. Purdue University Social Psychology Ph.D. Purdue University Social Psychology
Shaw, J.I. and Skolnick, P. Sex Differences, Weapon Focus and Eyewitness Reliability. Journal of Social Psychology, 1994, 134, 4, 413-420.
Shaw, J.I. and Skolnick, P. Effects of Prohibitive and Informative Judicial Instructions on Jury Decision making. Social Behavior and Personality, 1995, 23, 4, 319-326.
Shaw, J.I. and Skolnick, P. When is Defendant Status a Shield or a Liability?: A Replication and Extension. Law and Human Behavior, 1996, 20, 4, 431-442.
Skolnick, P. and Shaw, J.I. The O.J. Simpson Criminal Verdict: Racism or Status Shield? Journal of Social Issues, 1997, 53, 3, 503-516.
Shaw, J.I. and Skolnick, P. Weapon Focus and Gender Differences in Eyewitness Accuracy: Arousal vs. Salience. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1999, 29, 11, 2328-2341.
Skolnick, P. and Shaw, J.I. Effects of Criminal Motivation, Ability, and Opportunity on Mock Jurors' Verdicts. In Roesch, R., Corrado, R.R. & Dempster, R.J. (Eds.). Psychology in the courts: International advances in knowledge. London, Routledge, 2001
Skolnick, P. and Shaw, J.I. A Comparison of eyewitness and physical evidence on mock jury decision making. Criminal Justice and Behavior, October, 2001.
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