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On February 4, 2009, the Indiana Lawyer newspaper quoted ThemeVision trial consultant, Dr. Dennis Stolle, in an article titled “Jurors on Drugs: Questions about medications are common during voir dire.” The article considered the potential impact of jurors who are on prescription medications during trial. The Indiana Lawyer interviewed Dr. Stolle regarding the prevalence of questioning during voir … more »
Devine, D. J., Buddenhaum, J., Houp, S., Studebaker, N. & Stolle, D. P. (2009).  Strength of evidence, extraevidentiary influence, and the liberation hypothesis: Data from the field.  Law and Human Behavior, 33, 136-148. 
ThemeVision LLC served as a corporate sponsor of the Defense Research Institute’s Fire & Casualty Seminar in November of 2008 in Chicago. The 2008 seminar took a broad, yet comprehensive, look at secondary fire liability, featuring presentations that focused on building design, the defense of fire suppression and alarm systems, toxic inhalation, fire spread, and … more »
On November 13, 2008, Dr. Dennis P. Stolle, a trial consultant and the president of ThemeVision LLC, gave an invited presentation to students at Indiana University. The presentation focused on the work of trial consultants and how social psychology research can be applied to courtroom settings.