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Perceptions of Sexual Harassment: The Effects of Gender, Legal Standard, and Ambivalent Sexism
This research tests the possibility that the reasonable woman as compared to the reasonable person test of hostile work environment sexual harassment interacts with hostile and benevolent sexistExpand
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Evaluation, diagnosis, and prediction in parole decision making.
Discretionary legal decisions have become a recent focus of theory development and policy-oriented applied research. We investigated parole release decision making in Pennsylvania from bothExpand
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Comprehensibility of approved jury instructions in capital murder cases
This research explored the comprehensibility of jury instructions in the penalty phase of murder trials. Data were collected to ascertain whether miscomprehension of jury instructions limits theExpand
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How do people evaluate social sexual conduct at work? A psycholegal model.
The authors tested a psycholegal model of how people evaluate social sexual conduct at work with videotaped reenactments of interviews with alleged complainants, perpetrators, and other workers.Expand
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How do people evaluate social sexual conduct at work? A psycholegal model.
The authors tested a psycholegal model of how people evaluate social sexual conduct at work with videotaped reenactments of interviews with alleged complainants, perpetrators, and other workers.Expand
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GUIDED JURY DISCRETION IN CAPITAL MURDER CASES The Role of Declarative and Procedural Knowledge
Saint Louis UniversityThis article analyzes whether state-approved jury instructions adequately guide jurydiscretion in the penalty phase of first-degree murder trials. It examines EighthAmendmentExpand
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The Role of Declarative and Procedural Knowledge in Capital Murder Sentencing1
This paper identifies rational orderliness and moral appropriateness as 2 norms that the United States Constitution requires for sentencing in capital murder trials. The courts convey these normsExpand
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Complainant behavioral tone, ambivalent sexism, and perceptions of sexual harassment
Previous research has examined the impact of the law on decisions made about social sexual interactions in the workplace in the context of a variety of individual difference variables includingExpand
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Gender differences in evaluating social-sexual conduct in the workplace.
Qualitative interviews exploring gender differences in perceptions of sexual harassment were conducted with 100 full-time St. Louis area employees. Women more than men reported that tellingExpand
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