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Jury decision-making biases and methods to counter them

Bibliographic reference Daftary-Kapur, Tarika ; Dumas, Rafaele ; Penrod, Steve. Jury decision-making biases and methods to counter them. In: Legal and Criminological Psychology, Vol. 15, no.1, p. 133-154 (2010)
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