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Counter-Anchoring Damages is More Important than Ever
Jurors struggle with deciding a “fair” amount to award a plaintiff in damages. We know this because they say so—not only in research like mock trial...
Carol Jarzyna, Ph.D.
3 Keys to Gaining the Jury’s Trust
In early 2021, Courtroom Sciences Consultants published the results of research conducted throughout the second half of 2020 that revealed positive ...
Witness Emotional Preconditions
In an era of neuropsychological manipulation and plaintiff reptile tactics, witnesses are even more susceptible to being thwarted by their own emotion...
The Role of Cognitive Fatigue on Witness Performance
What is the relationship between witness cognitive fatigue and witness performance?
Factors to Consider in Healthcare-Related Litigation
For defense counsel and claims professionals handling medical malpractice cases and other matters involving healthcare defendants, it is particularly ...
Derailing the Reptile Safety Rule Attack
Traditional preparation techniques are not sufficient for the emotional and psychological manipulation witnesses endure during Reptile style questioni...
Impacts of the COVID-19 Crisis on Jurors’ Attitudes and Decisions
This article covers the top four changes to expect in civil jurors’ attitudes and decision making as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.
Factors to Consider in Civil Litigation
For defense counsel and claims professionals handling civil litigation cases, it is particularly important to fully assess the risks and benefits of t...
Early Anti-Reptile Tactics May Save Millions of Dollars
A trained litigation psychologist is the perfect antidote to a plaintiff Reptile attack.