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Remorse and Criminal Justice

From Emotion Review Legal decision-makers tend to believe they know remorse when they see it. A defendant’s failure to show remorse is one of the most powerful influences on criminal sentencing, including capital sentencing. Unfortunately, there is currently no good … Continue reading

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Special issue: Gangs: Group and intergroup dimensions

Guest editors: Jane L. Wood and Howard Giles From Group Processes & Intergroup Relations Gangs blight many societies around the globe, yet there is a dearth of social psychological research on the behavior of gangs and their members. This Special … Continue reading

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