Neal Feigenson
Neal Feigenson
Professor of Law, Quinnipiac University
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Legal blame: How jurors think and talk about accidents.
N Feigenson
American Psychological Association, 2000
Emotions and attributions of legal responsibility and blame: A research review
N Feigenson, J Park
Law and Human Behavior 30, 143-161, 2006
Sympathy and legal judgment: A psychological anaylsis
NR Feigenson
Tenn. L. Rev. 65, 1, 1997
Law in the digital age: How visual communication technologies are transforming the practice, theory, and teaching of law
RK Sherwin, N Feigenson, C Spiesel
BuJ sCi. & TeCh. L. 12, 227, 2006
Law on display: The digital transformation of legal persuasion and judgment
N Feigenson, C Spiesel
NYU Press, 2009
Effect of blameworthiness and outcome severity on attributions of responsibility and damage awards in comparative negligence cases
N Feigenson, J Park, P Salovey
Law and Human Behavior 21, 597-617, 1997
Brain imaging and courtroom evidence: On the admissibility and persuasiveness of fMRI
N Feigenson
International Journal of Law in Context 2 (3), 233-255, 2006
The rhetoric of torts: How advocates help jurors think about causation, reasonableness, and responsibility
NR Feigenson
Hastings LJ 47, 61, 1995
So you're sorry? The role of remorse in criminal law
R Zhong, M Baranoski, N Feigenson, L Davidson, A Buchanan, H Zonana
Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law 42, 39-48, 2014
Virtual trials: Necessity, invention, and the evolution of the courtroom
SA Bandes, N Feigenson
Buff. L. Rev. 68, 1275, 2020
Jurors’ emotions and judgments of legal responsibility and blame: What does the experimental research tell us?
N Feigenson
Emotion Review 8 (1), 26-31, 2016
New visual technologies in court: Directions for research
N Feigenson, MA Dunn
Law and Human Behavior 27, 109-126, 2003
The Role of Emotions in Comparative Negligence Judgments1
N Feigenson, J Park, P Salovey
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 31 (3), 576-603, 2001
Emotions, risk perceptions and blaming in 9/11 cases
NR Feigenson
Brook. L. Rev. 68, 959, 2002
The jury persuaded (and not): Computer animation in the courtroom
MA Dunn, P Salovey, N Feigenson
Law & Policy 28 (2), 228-248, 2006
In the eyes of the law: Perception versus reality in appraisals of video evidence.
Y Granot, E Balcetis, N Feigenson, T Tyler
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (1), 93, 2018
Visual evidence
N Feigenson
Psychonomic bulletin & review 17, 149-154, 2010
The visual in law: Some problems for legal theory
N Feigenson
Law, Culture and the Humanities 10 (1), 13-23, 2014
Political Standing and Governmental Endorsement of Religion: An Alternative to Current Establishment Clause Doctrine
NR Feigenson
DePaul L. Rev. 40, 53, 1990
Perceptions of terrorism and disease risks: A cross-national comparison
N Feigenson, D Bailis, W Klein
Mo. L. REv. 69, 991, 2004
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