His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Law, Adjudication, Scientific evidence and Epistemology. His Social psychology research includes elements of Suspect, Skepticism, Conviction and Forensic science. His Law study frequently links to related topics such as Actuarial science.
His Adjudication study incorporates themes from Credibility, Criminology and Witness. His Scientific evidence study combines topics in areas such as Sentence, Neuroimaging, Clinical psychology and Mens rea. His studies in Epistemology integrate themes in fields like Proxy and Handwriting.
His primary areas of investigation include Law, Social psychology, Forensic science, Criminology and Empirical research. His study focuses on the intersection of Law and fields such as Scientific evidence with connections in the field of State. His Social psychology study also includes
Michael J. Saks interconnects Forensic identification, Engineering ethics and Handwriting in the investigation of issues within Forensic science. His research in Forensic identification tackles topics such as Epistemology which are related to areas like Identification and Social psychology. His study in Empirical research is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Actuarial science and Damages.
Michael J. Saks spends much of his time researching Law, Forensic science, Empirical research, Forensic identification and Mental health. Michael J. Saks combines topics linked to Consistency with his work on Law. His Forensic science research incorporates themes from Sophistication, Criminology, Forensic psychology and Data science.
His Empirical research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social science, Criminal law and Engineering ethics. He has included themes like Feature, Faith and Foundation in his Forensic identification study. Michael J. Saks merges Toolbox with Social psychology in his research.
His primary areas of study are Empirical research, Forensic science, Social psychology, Expert witness and Neuropsychology. The concepts of his Empirical research study are interwoven with issues in Forensic identification, Social science, Engineering ethics and Foundation. His research integrates issues of Empirical evidence and Faith in his study of Forensic identification.
His Forensic science study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Criminology. His Social psychology research integrates issues from Context, Cognitive psychology and Criminal law. In Expert witness, Michael J. Saks works on issues like Psychotherapist, which are connected to Insanity.
Social psychology in court
Michael J. Saks;Reid Hastie.
Justice Improved: The Unrecognized Benefits of Aggregation and Sampling in the Trial of Mass Torts
Michael J. Saks;Peter David Blanck.
Stanford Law Review (1992)
Children’s Competence to Consent
Gary B. Melton;Gerald P. Koocher;Michael J. Saks.
Neuroimages as evidence in a mens rea defense: No impact.
Nicholas Schweitzer;Michael Saks;Emily R. Murphy;Adina L. Roskies.
Psychology, Public Policy and Law (2011)
Letter to the Editor- Context Management Toolbox: A Linear Sequential Unmasking (LSU) Approach for Minimizing Cognitive Bias in Forensic Decision Making.
Itiel E. Dror;J.D. William C. Thompson Ph.D.;Christian A. Meissner;Irv Kornfield.
Journal of Forensic Sciences (2015)
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