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On April 26, 2012, ThemeVision consultant, Dennis P. Stolle, presented at PLAC’s Spring Conference in Ashville, North Carolina. His presentation, titled “The Jurors’ Nonconscious Programs: How to Recognize Them, How to Use Them,” focused on ways in which jurors rely upon heuristic reasoning, or “mental shortcuts,” in their decision making and how understanding and predicting … more »
Stolle, D. P. (April 2012). The jurors’ nonconscious programs: How to recognize them, how to use them. Presentation at the Product Liability Advisory Council’s Spring Conference, Ashville, North Carolina.
Stolle, D. P. (March 2012). Jury selection and voir dire. Presentation at the 15th Annual Trial Advocacy Skills College of the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, conducted in Indianapolis, Indiana.
ThemeVision consultant, Dennis Stolle, is the editor of the Legal Update column of the Winter 2012 issue of American Psychology and Law Society News.  The Winter 2012 column, by Angela Yarbrough & Amanda Nicholson, focuses on recent, significant decisions regarding the assessment of the reliability of eyewitness testimony.  The column is titled, Significant Eyewitness Cases … more »