Tess M.S. Neal
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Assessment practices and expert judgment methods in forensic psychology and psychiatry: An international snapshot
TMS Neal, T Grisso
Criminal Justice and Behavior 41 (12), 1406-1421, 2014
Registered replication report: Rand, greene, and nowak (2012)
S Bouwmeester, PPJL Verkoeijen, B Aczel, F Barbosa, L Bgue, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 12 (3), 527-542, 2017
Examining the factor structure of the hare self-report psychopathy scale
TMS Neal, M Sellbom
Journal of personality assessment 94 (3), 244-253, 2012
The cognitive underpinnings of bias in forensic mental health evaluations.
T Neal, T Grisso
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 20 (2), 200, 2014
Forensic psychologists’ perceptions of bias and potential correction strategies in forensic mental health evaluations.
T Neal, SL Brodsky
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 22 (1), 58, 2016
Credibility in the courtroom: How likeable should an expert witness be?
SL Brodsky, TMS Neal, RJ Cramer, MH Ziemke
Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online 37 (4), 525-532, 2009
Self-efficacy and confidence: Theoretical distinctions and implications for trial consultation.
RJ Cramer, T Neal, SL Brodsky
Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 61 (4), 319, 2009
Expert witness credibility as a function of eye contact behavior and gender
TMS Neal, SL Brodsky
Criminal Justice and Behavior 35 (12), 1515-1526, 2008
Warmth and competence on the witness stand: implications for the credibility of male and female expert witnesses.
T Neal, RE Guadagno, CA Eno, SL Brodsky
Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 2012
Prison rape and psychological sequelae: A call for research.
T Neal, CB Clements
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 16 (3), 284, 2010
The dimensionality of trust-relevant constructs in four institutional domains: Results from confirmatory factor analyses
LM PytlikZillig, JA Hamm, E Shockley, MN Herian, TMS Neal, ...
Journal of Trust Research 6 (2), 111-150, 2016
The effects of mock jurors' beliefs about eyewitness performance on trial judgments
TMS Neal, A Christiansen, BH Bornstein, TR Robicheaux
Psychology, Crime & Law 18 (1), 49-64, 2012
Prosecutor pretrial attitudes and plea-bargaining behavior toward veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder.
JK Wilson, SL Brodsky, T Neal, RJ Cramer
Psychological Services 8 (4), 319, 2011
The stigma of sexually transmitted infections: Knowledge, attitudes, and an educationally-based intervention
B Lichtenstein, TM Neal, SL Brodsky
The Health Education Monograph Series 25 (2), 28-33, 2008
Measuring abuse sequelae: Validating and extending the Trauma Symptom Checklist–40
TMS Neal, JE Nagle
Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 22 (3), 231-247, 2013
Forensic psychology and correctional psychology: Distinct but related subfields of psychological science and practice.
T Neal
American Psychologist 73 (5), 651, 2018
A field study of a comprehensive violence risk assessment battery
TMS Neal, SL Miller, RC Shealy
Criminal justice and behavior 42 (9), 952-968, 2015
Women as expert witnesses: A review of the literature
TMS Neal
Behavioral sciences & the law 32 (2), 164-179, 2014
Psychological assessments in legal contexts: Are courts keeping “junk science” out of the courtroom?
TMS Neal, C Slobogin, MJ Saks, DL Faigman, KF Geisinger
Psychological Science in the Public Interest 20 (3), 135-164, 2019
Inspiring and advancing the many-disciplined study of institutional trust
TMS Neal, LM PytlikZillig, E Shockley, BH Bornstein
Interdisciplinary perspectives on trust, 1-16, 2016
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