Law and Human Behavior

Law and Human Behavior is a bimonthly academic journal published by the American Psychology–Law Society. It publishes original empirical papers, reviews, and meta-analyses on how the law, legal system, and legal process relate to human behavior, particularly legal psychology and forensic psychology. The current editor-in-chief is Margaret Bull Kovera (John Jay College of Criminal Justice). Past editors have been Brian Cutler (University of Ontario Institute of Technology), Richard Weiner (University of Nebraska), Ronald Roesch (Simon Fraser University), Michael J. Saks (Arizona State University), and Bruce Sales (University of Arizona).

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