Jay D. Aronson
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Genetic witness: Science, law, and controversy in the making of DNA profiling
J Aronson
Rutgers University Press, 2007
Brain imaging, culpability and the juvenile death penalty.
JD Aronson
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 13 (2), 115, 2007
Counting civilian casualties: An introduction to recording and estimating nonmilitary deaths in conflict
TB Seybolt, JD Aronson, B Fischhoff
Oxford University Press, 2013
Science and the death penalty: DNA, innocence, and the debate over capital punishment in the United States
JD Aronson, SA Cole
Law & Social Inquiry 34 (3), 603-633, 2009
Neuroscience and juvenile justice
JD Aronson
Akron L. Rev. 42, 917, 2009
The strengths and limitations of South Africa's search for apartheid-era missing persons
JD Aronson
International Journal of Transitional Justice 5 (2), 262-281, 2011
Who Owns the Dead?
JD Aronson
Harvard University Press, 2016
Incidental findings in the use of DNA to identify human remains: an ethical assessment
LS Parker, AJ London, JD Aronson
Forensic Science International: Genetics 7 (2), 221-229, 2013
'Molecules and monkeys': George Gaylord Simpson and the challenge of molecular evolution
JD Aronson
History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences, 441-465, 2002
The law's use of brain evidence
JD Aronson
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 6, 93-108, 2010
DNA fingerprinting on trial: the dramatic early history of a new forensic technique
JD Aronson
Endeavour 29 (3), 126-131, 2005
Review essay: The building blocks of forensic science and law: Recent work on DNA profiling (and photo comparison)
G Edmond
Social studies of science 41 (1), 127-152, 2011
Video analytics for conflict monitoring and human rights documentation
JD Aronson, S Xu, A Hauptmann
Center for Human Fights Science Technical Report, 2015
DNA identification after conflict or disaster
AJ London, LS Parker, JD Aronson
Science 341 (6151), 1178-1179, 2013
The politics of civilian casualty counts
JD Aronson
Counting Civilian Casualties: An Introduction to Recording and Estimating …, 2013
Creating the Network and the Actors: The FBI's Role in the Standardization of Forensic DNA Profiling
JD Aronson
BioSocieties 3 (2), 195-215, 2008
New technologies for human rights law and practice
MK Land, JD Aronson
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Computer vision and machine learning for human rights video analysis: Case studies, possibilities, concerns, and limitations
JD Aronson
Law & Social Inquiry 43 (4), 1188-1209, 2018
Preserving human rights media for justice, accountability, and historical clarification
JD Aronson
Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal 11 (1), 9, 2017
It doesn’t add up. Methodological and policy implications of conflicting casualty data
J Krüger, P Ball, M Price, AH Green
Counting Civilian Casualties: An Introduction to Recording and Estimating …, 2013
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