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Neil Vidmar spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Law, Criminology, Punishment and Hung jury. His work in Social psychology tackles topics such as Perception which are related to areas like Prejudice. His study in Public opinion and Legislation falls within the category of Law.
His Criminal justice study, which is part of a larger body of work in Criminology, is frequently linked to Battered woman syndrome and Additional research, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work deals with themes such as Economic Justice, Medical malpractice, Discretion and Interpersonal communication, which intersect with Punishment. To a larger extent, Neil Vidmar studies Jury with the aim of understanding Hung jury.
His primary areas of study are Law, Jury, Social psychology, Criminology and Medical malpractice. His work in Hung jury, Punitive damages, Plaintiff, Jury selection and Damages are all subfields of Law research. The Jury trial research he does as part of his general Jury study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as History, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Neil Vidmar usually deals with Social psychology and limits it to topics linked to Adjudication and Mediation. Criminology and Prejudice are frequently intertwined in his study. His Medical malpractice research includes themes of Pain and suffering, Actuarial science and Tort.
His main research concerns Law, Jury, Medical malpractice, Legal malpractice and Social psychology. His Law and Damages, Plaintiff, Punitive damages, Hung jury and Tort reform investigations all form part of his Law research activities. Neil Vidmar has included themes like Criminology and Narrative in his Jury study.
His Legal malpractice research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Justice, Legal profession and Hostility. His studies in Legal profession integrate themes in fields like Actuarial science and Perception. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Criminal justice, Realism, Deliberation and Verisimilitude.
Law, Jury, Medical malpractice, Damages and Legal malpractice are his primary areas of study. His Law study often links to related topics such as Procedural justice. In general Jury, his work in Jury selection is often linked to Cultural perspective linking many areas of study.
His research integrates issues of Quality, Realism and Plaintiff in his study of Medical malpractice. His Damages study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Surgery and Tort reform. His Legal malpractice study incorporates themes from Justice, Actuarial science and Legal profession.
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Archie Bunker's Bigotry: A Study in Selective Perception and Exposure
Neil Vidmar;Milton Rokeach.
Journal of Communication (1974)
Effects of size and task type on group performance and member reactions
J. Richard Hackman;Neil Vidmar.
A four-dimensional interpretation of risk taking.
Douglas N. Jackson;Larry Hourany;Neil J. Vidmar.
Journal of Personality (1972)
Public Opinion and the Death Penalty
Neil Vidmar;Phoebe Ellsworth.
Stanford Law Review (1974)
The impact of pretrial publicity on jurors: A study to compare the relative effects of television and print media in a child sex abuse case.
James R. P. Ogloff;Neil Vidmar.
Law and Human Behavior (1994)
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