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Stolle, D. P., & Schmidt, R. (June 1995).  Conservative trends in welfare reform:  What to expect from the 104th Congress.  In M. Fondacaro (Chair), Welfare reform:  An analysis of social policy from the left, center, and right.  Symposium conducted at the Fifth Biennial Conference on Community Research & Action, Chicago, Illinois.
Fondacaro, M., Stolle, D. P., & Wilcox, B. L. (May 1995).  Issue statement on graduate training in law and social science.  Presented at the National Invitational Conference on Education and Training in Law and Psychology, Villanova Law School.
Stolle, D. P., Fondacaro, M., Olson, K. & Wilcox, B. (1995).  Column: Bringing community psychology to the state legislative arena:  The reform of child support enforcement legislation.  The Community Psychologist, 28, 5-7.
Stolle, D. P. (1995).  Note:  The FTC’s reliance on extrinsic evidence in cases of deceptive advertising:  A proposal for interpretive rulemaking.  Nebraska Law Review, 74, 352-373.  Reprinted in, (1996) Advertising Law Anthology: Vol. XIX.  Arlington, VA: International Library.
Stolle, D. P. & Wiener, R. L. (March 1994).  Perceived fairness of the psychologist consultant: Procedural justice judgments in cases involving trial consultants.  Paper presented at the Biennial Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Wiener, R. L., DiTraglia, C., Green, J., & Stolle, D. P. (August 1993).  Trial consulting: Jurors’ and attorneys’ perceptions of murder.  Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychological Association. >