William C. Thompson
William C. Thompson
Professor of Criminology, Law & Society, University of California, Irvine
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Interpretation of statistical evidence in criminal trials: The prosecutor’s fallacy and the defense attorney’s fallacy
WC Thompson, EL Schumann
Expert Evidence and Scientific Proof in Criminal Trials, 371-391, 2017
The Daubert/Kumho implications of observer effects in forensic science: Hidden problems of expectation and suggestion
DM Risinger, MJ Saks, WC Thompson, R Rosenthal
Calif. L. Rev. 90, 1, 2002
Judgmental biases resulting from differing availabilities of arguments.
RM Reyes, WC Thompson, GH Bower
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 39 (1), 2, 1980
The effects of death qualification on jurors' predisposition to convict and on the quality of deliberation.
CL Cowan, WC Thompson, PC Ellsworth
Law and Human behavior 8 (1-2), 53, 1984
DNA typing: Acceptance and weight of the new genetic identification tests
WC Thompson, S Ford
Va. L. Rev. 75, 45, 1989
Modeling and inverse problems in the presence of uncertainty
HT Banks, S Hu, WC Thompson
CRC Press, 2014
Death penalty attitudes and conviction proneness: The translation of attitudes into verdicts
WC Thompson, CL Cowan, PC Ellsworth, JC Harrington
Law and Human Behavior 8 (1), 95-113, 1984
Focus of attention mediates the impact of negative affect on altruism.
WC Thompson, CL Cowan, DL Rosenhan
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 38 (2), 291, 1980
Inadmissible evidence and juror verdicts.
WC Thompson, GT Fong, DL Rosenhan
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 40 (3), 453, 1981
How the probability of a false positive affects the value of DNA evidence
WC Thompson, F Taroni, CGG Aitken
Journal of forensic sciences 48 (1), 47-54, 2003
Context management toolbox: A linear sequential unmasking (LSU) approach for minimizing cognitive bias in forensic decision making
IE Dror, WC Thompson, CA Meissner, I Kornfield, D Krane, M Saks, ...
Journal of forensic sciences 60 (4), 1111-1112, 2015
Sequential unmasking: a means of minimizing observer effects in forensic DNA interpretation
DE Krane, S Ford, JR Gilder, K Inman, A Jamieson, R Koppl, IL Kornfield, ...
Journal of Forensic Sciences 53 (4), 1006-1007, 2008
Do jurors “know” what isn’t so about child witnesses?
JA Quas, WC Thompson, K Alison, C Stewart
Law and Human Behavior 29, 425-456, 2005
Are juries competent to evaluate statistical evidence
WC Thompson
Law & Contemp. Probs. 52, 9, 1989
The death-qualified jury and the defense of insanity
PC Ellsworth, RM Bukaty, CL Cowan, WC Thompson
Law and Human Behavior 8 (1), 81-93, 1984
Context effects in forensic science: A review and application of the science of science to crime laboratory practice in the United States
MJ Saks, DM Risinger, R Rosenthal, WC Thompson
Science & Justice 43 (2), 77-90, 2003
Evaluating the admissibility of new genetic identification tests: lessons from the DNA war
WC Thompson
J. crim. L. & criminology 84, 22, 1993
What did the janitor do? Suggestive interviewing and the accuracy of children's accounts
WC Thompson, KA Clarke-Stewart, SJ Lepore
Law and Human Behavior 21, 405-426, 1997
Painting the target around the matching profile: the Texas sharpshooter fallacy in forensic DNA interpretation
WC Thompson
Law, Probability & Risk 8 (3), 257-276, 2009
Lay understanding of forensic statistics: Evaluation of random match probabilities, likelihood ratios, and verbal equivalents.
WC Thompson, EJ Newman
Law and human behavior 39 (4), 332, 2015
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