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Dr. Dennis Stolle was quoted in the October 11, 2008 Indianapolis Business Journal article, "FOCUS:  Clearing up cloudy cases."  Stolle was quoted regarding the so-called "CSI effect," in jury decision making and its implications for the presentation of scientific weather information at jury trials.
On October 7, 2008, Dr. Dennis P. Stolle, a trial consultant and the president of ThemeVision LLC, presented "Jury Research in Complex Litigation" at the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum’s seminar on complex litigation. Dr. Stolle discussed techniques for using jury research to reduce the risk and uncertainty that accompanies complex litigation.
Stolle, D. P. (October 2008). Jury research in complex litigation. In Knebel, D. (Chair), Complex litigation. Indiana Continuing Legal Education Seminar conducted for the Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, conducted in Indianapolis, Indiana. 
Dennis Stolle, President of ThemeVision, and researchers from Indiana University — Dennis Devine, Jennifer Buddenbaum, Stephanie Houp, and Nathan Studebaker — have published "Strength of Evidence, Extraevidentiary Influence, and the Liberation Hypothesis:  Data from the Field" in Law and Human Behavior, the official journal of the American Psychology-Law Society/Division 41 of the American Psychological Association.  … more »
On September 19, 2008, Dr. Dennis Stolle, a trial consultant and the president of ThemeVision LLC, was interviewed on WVLP’s evening radio show "View From A Broad . . . Or More." The show is hosted by a diverse group of female professionals who interview a guest on a topic of current interest. Dr. Stolle … more »