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Symposium Issue on the Selection and Function of the Modern Jury WHAT EMPIRICAL RESEARCH TELLS US: STUDYING JUDGES' AND JURIES' BEHAVIOR

@inproceedings{Blanck2002SymposiumIO,
  title={Symposium Issue on the Selection and Function of the Modern Jury WHAT EMPIRICAL RESEARCH TELLS US: STUDYING JUDGES' AND JURIES' BEHAVIOR},
  author={Peter Blanck},
  year={2002}
}
II. Preliminary Results of the Study A. Global and Micro Dimensions of Judges' Behavior B. Testing the Model C. Simple Relationships in the Model 1. Background--Expectancy ("A-B") relationships 2. Background--Behavior ("A-C") relationships 3. Background--Outcome ("A-D") relationships 4. Background--Judge/jury agreement ("A-E") relationships 5. Background--Sentence ("A-F") relationships 6. Expectancy--Behavior ("B-C") relationships 7. Expectancy--Outcome ("B-D") relationships 8. Expectancy… 

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