Nicholas Scurich
Nicholas Scurich
Psychology & Social Behavior, Criminology, Law & Society, University of California, Irvine
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Impact of behavioral genetic evidence on the adjudication of criminal behavior
PS Appelbaum, N Scurich
The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 42 (1), 91, 2014
Lay judgments of judicial decision making
D Simon, N Scurich
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 8 (4), 709-727, 2011
Detecting deception in children: A meta-analysis.
J Gongola, N Scurich, JA Quas
Law and human behavior 41 (1), 44, 2017
The dark figure of sexual recidivism
N Scurich, RS John
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 37 (2), 158-175, 2019
Impact of risk assessment on judges’ fairness in sentencing relatively poor defendants.
J Skeem, N Scurich, J Monahan
Law and human behavior 44 (1), 51, 2020
“How did you feel?”: Increasing child sexual abuse witnesses' production of evaluative information.
TD Lyon, N Scurich, K Choi, S Handmaker, R Blank
Law and Human Behavior 36 (5), 448, 2012
The effect of framing actuarial risk probabilities on involuntary civil commitment decisions
N Scurich, RS John
Law and human behavior 35, 83-91, 2011
Effects of behavioral genetic evidence on perceptions of criminal responsibility and appropriate punishment.
PS Appelbaum, N Scurich, R Raad
Psychology, public policy, and law 21 (2), 134, 2015
The selective allure of neuroscientific explanations
N Scurich, A Shniderman
PloS one 9 (9), e107529, 2014
The threatening nature of “rap” music.
A Dunbar, CE Kubrin, N Scurich
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 22 (3), 280, 2016
Evidence-based sentencing: Public openness and opposition to using gender, age, and race as risk factors for recidivism.
N Scurich, J Monahan
Law and Human Behavior 40 (1), 36, 2016
Interviewing children versus tossing coins: accurately assessing the diagnosticity of children's disclosures of abuse
TD Lyon, EC Ahern, N Scurich
Journal of child sexual abuse 21 (1), 19-44, 2012
Innumeracy and unpacking: Bridging the nomothetic/idiographic divide in violence risk assessment.
N Scurich, J Monahan, RS John
Law and Human Behavior 36 (6), 548, 2012
(Mis) use of scientific measurements in forensic science
IE Dror, N Scurich
Forensic Science International: Synergy 2, 333-338, 2020
Communicating the risk of violent and offending behavior: Review and introduction to this special issue
NZ Hilton, N Scurich, LM Helmus
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 33 (1), 1-18, 2015
The blunt-edged sword: genetic explanations of misbehavior neither mitigate nor aggravate punishment
N Scurich, P Appelbaum
Journal of Law and the Biosciences 3 (1), 140-157, 2016
The case against categorical risk estimates
N Scurich
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 36 (5), 554-564, 2018
A Bayesian Approach to the Group Versus Individual Prediction Controversy in Actuarial Risk Assessment
N Scurich, RS John
Law and Human Behavior 36 (3), 237-246, 2012
How cross‐examination on subjectivity and bias affects jurors’ evaluations of forensic science evidence
WC Thompson, N Scurich
Journal of forensic sciences 64 (5), 1379-1388, 2019
Prescriptive approaches to communicating the risk of violence in actuarial risk assessment.
N Scurich, RS John
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 18 (1), 50, 2012
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