This lecture explores systematic distortions in legal decision-making due to our difficulty in deliberately disregarding relevant but inadmissible information. It surveys different reasons to exclude relevant information, and different psychological phenomena connected to the failure of deliberately disregarding, focusing on one of them: mental contamination.
Mental Contamination and Inadmissible Evidence (1)
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What is the interesting result of the rape shield statue experiment?
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What kind of exclusionary reasons do we find in the rape shield statute?
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In an experiment, judges are asked to roll dice before issuing a final decision on a hypothetical case. Which of the following statements is true?
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Mental Contamination and Inadmissible Evidence (2)
One of the following statements is false. Which one?