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Myth #5: All mock trials are the same

Steve Wood, Ph.D. - Litigation Psychology
May 2021 — 108 views Confirmatory research Focus groups Litigation psychology Mock trials Research Scientific method Trial consulting


A closer look at real-time feedback devices

George R. Speckart, Ph.D. - Litigation Psychology
April 2021 — 121 views Confirmatory research Exploratory research Jury consulting Litigation psychology Mock trials Research Scientific method Trial consulting


Is fear of science costing your firm? - part 2


Is fear of science costing your firm? - part 1


The Litigation Psychology Podcast #51 - Attorney demeanor


The Litigation Psychology Podcast #43 - Healthcare Litigation


Best practices in case research - part II


Addressing the challenges of healthcare litigation


Best practices in case research - part I


The Nuclear Verdict blog series


The Nuclear Verdict blog series


The Litigation Psychology Podcast - Episode 21


Transportation and trucking litigation


The Litigation Psychology Podcast - Episode 6


The Litigation Psychology Podcast - Episode 2


Lessons for corporations involved in litigation


Earn CLE and gain insights


The value of science in litigation consulting


Myth #1: We don't need a mock; we don't go to trial that often

Steve Wood, Ph.D. - Litigation Psychology
January 2020 — 2045 views Confirmatory research Litigation psychology Mock trials Research Trial consulting


Understanding the litigation consulting industry