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JANICE NADLER

2022

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Working Papers

2021

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Contributions to Books

  • Emotional Evidence in Court, in Research Handbook on Law and Emotion, edited by Susan Bandes et al. (2021) at 288 (Co-authored by: Hannah J. Phalen & Jessica M. Salerno).

2020

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2019

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2018

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2017

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  • Expressive Law, Social Norms, and Social Groups , NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY PRITZKER SCHOOL OF LAW LAW & ECONOMICS SERIES No. 16-02, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY PRITZKER SCHOOL OF LAW PUBLIC LAW & LEGAL THEORY SERIES No. 16-06,, 42 Law & Social Inquiry 65 (2017).

2016

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2014

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  • The Path of Motivated Blame and the Complexities of Intent, 25 Psychological Inquiry 222 (2014).

Contributions to Books

  • Law, Moral Attitudes, and Behavioral Change, in Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Economics and the Law, edited by Eyal Zamir & Doron Teichman (Oxford University Press forthcoming) (Co-authored by: Kenworthey Bilz).
  • Law, Moral Attitudes, and Behavioral Change, in Oxford Handbook of Behavioral Economics and The Law, edited by Eyal Zamir & Doron Teichman (Oxford University Press 2014) (Co-authored by: Kenworthy Bilz).

Working Papers

2013

Contributions to Books

  • Consent, Dignity, and the Failure of Scattershot Policing, in The Constitution and The Future of Criminal Justice In America, edited by John T. Parry and L. Song Richardson (Cambridge University Press 2013).

Working Papers

2012

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  • Blaming as a Social Process: The Influence of Character and Moral Emotion on Blame, 75 Law and Contemporary Problems 1-31 (2012).
  • Moral Character, Motive, and the Psychology of Blame, 97 Cornell Law Review 257-304 (2012) (Co-authored by: Mary-Hunter McDonnell).

Contributions to Books

  • The Language of Consent in Police Encounters, in Oxford Handbook of Language and Law, edited by L. Solan and P. Tiersma (Oxford University Press 2012) at 326-339 (Co-authored by: J.D. Trout).

Working Papers

2011

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2009

Contributions to Books

  • Law, Psychology & Morality , in Moral Cognition And Decision Making, edited by B. Ross, D. Bartels, C. Bauman, L. Skitka, and D. Medin –Volume 50 of THE PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING AND MOTIVATION (Academic Press 2009) (Co-authored by: Kenworthey Bilz ).

Working Papers

2008

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  • Eminent Domain and the Psychology of Property Rights; Proposed Use, Subjective Attachment, and Taker Identity , 5 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 713-749 (2008) (Co-authored by: Shari Seidman Diamond ).
  • Coordinating in the Shadow of the Law: Two Contextualized Tests of the Focal Point Theory of Legal Compliance , 42 Law & Society Review 865-898 (2008) (Co-authored by: Richard McAdams).
  • Law, Psychology & Morality.
  • Eminent Domain and the Psychology of Property Rights: Proposed Use, Subjective Attachment, and Taker Identity.
  • Moral Spillovers: The Effect of Moral Violations on Deviant Behavior (Co-authored by: Elizabeth Mullen ).

Contributions to Books

  • Victim Impact Testimony and the Psychology of Punishment, in Analyzing Law’s Reach: Empirical Research on Law and Society (American Bar Association 2008) (Co-authored by: Mary Rose ).
  • Government Takings of Private Property in Public Opinion and Constitutional Controversy, edited by Nathaniel Persily, Jack Citrin, and Patrick J. Egan (Oxford University Press 2008) (Co-authored by: Shari Seidman Diamond, and Matthew M. Patton).
  • Constructing Focal Points through Legal Expression: An Experimental Test , in Experiments In Criminology And Law: A Research Revolution, edited by C. Horne and M. Lovaglia (Rowman and Littlefield 2007) (Co-authored by: Richard H. McAdams ).

2007

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  • Build Rapport and a Better Deal, 10 Negotiation 9-11 (March 2007).

2006

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  • The Law and Norms of File Sharing, 43 San Diego Law Review 577-618 (2006) (Co-authored by: Yuval Feldman ).
  • Appropriately Upset? Emotion Norms and Perceptions of Crime Victims, 30 Law & Human Behavior 203-219 (2006) (Co-authored by: Mary Rose, and Jim Clark).

Contributions to Books

  • Judgmental Biases in Conflict Resolution and How to Overcome Them, in Handbook of Conflict Resolution: Theory And Practice, 2nd Ed., edited by Morton Deutsch, Peter T. Coleman and Eric C. Marcus (2006) (Co-authored by: Leigh Thompson and Robert Lount).
  • Negotiation, Information Technology, and the Problem of the Faceless Other, in Negotiation Theory And Research , edited by Leigh L. Thompson (2006) (Co-authored by: Donna Shestowsky).

2005

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  • Flouting the Law, 83 Texas Law Review 1399-1441 (2005).
  • Testing the Focal Point Theory of Legal Compliance: The Effect of Third-Party Expression in an Experimental Hawk/Dove Game, 2 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 87-123 (2005) (Co-authored by: Richard McAdams).

2004

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  • Rapport in Legal Negotiation: How Small Talk Can Facilitate E-mail Dealmaking, 9 Harvard Negotiation Law Review 223-251 (2004).
  • Rapport in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, 87 Marquette Law Review 875 (2004).

Working Papers

  • A Third Model of Legal Compliance: Testing for Expressive Effects in a Hawk/Dove Game (ABF Working Paper #2201, July 2003) (Co-authored by: Richard H. McAdams).

2003

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  • No Need to Shout: Bus Sweeps and the Psychology of Coercion, Supreme Court Review 153-222 (2002).
  • Learning Negotiation Skills: Four Models of Knowledge Creation and Transfer, 49 Management Science 529 (2003) (Co-authored by: Leigh Thompson, and Leaf Van Boven).
  • Victim Impact Testimony and the Psychology of Punishment, 88 Cornell Law Review 419-456 (2003) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose).

2002

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  • Schmooze or Lose: Social Friction and Lubrication in E-Mail Negotiations, 6 Group Dynamics 89-100 (2002) (Co-authored by: M. Morris, T. Kurtzberg, and L. Thompson).
  • Negotiating Via Information Technology: Theory and Application, 58 Journal of Social Issues 109-124 (2002).
  • Electronically Mediated Dispute Resolution and E-Commerce, 17 Negotiation Journal 333-347 (2001).

2001

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  • Order Effects in Individual and Group Policy Allocations, 4 Group Processes And Intergroup Relations 99-115 (2001) (Co-authored by: J.R. Irwin, J.H. Davis, W.T. Au, P. Zarnoth, and K. Koesterer) .

Contributions to Books

  • Procedural Mechanisms and Jury Behavior, in Blackwell Handbook of Social Psychology: Group Processes, edited by Michael A. Hogg and R. Scott Tindale (Blackwell 2001) at 574-602 (Co-authored by: R. Scott Tindale, Andrea Krebel, and James H. Davis) .