Kimberly Schweitzer
Kimberly Schweitzer
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Registered replication report: Schooler and engstler-schooler (1990)
VK Alogna, MK Attaya, P Aucoin, Š Bahník, S Birch, AR Birt, BH Bornstein, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (5), 556-578, 2014
Public perceptions of the justifiability of police shootings: The role of body cameras in a pre-and post-Ferguson experiment
SE Culhane, JH Boman IV, K Schweitzer
Police quarterly 19 (3), 251-274, 2016
Negative emotions felt during trial: The effect of fear, anger, and sadness on juror decision making
N Nuñez, K Schweitzer, CA Chai, B Myers
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (2), 200-209, 2015
Police shootings and body cameras one year post-Ferguson
SE Culhane, K Schweitzer
Policing and society 28 (9), 1038-1049, 2018
The impact of angry versus sad victim impact statements on mock jurors’ sentencing decisions in a capital trial
N Nuñez, B Myers, BM Wilkowski, K Schweitzer
Criminal Justice and Behavior 44 (6), 862-886, 2017
Unintended, but still blameworthy: The roles of awareness, desire, and anger in negligence, restitution, and punishment
SM Laurent, NL Nuñez, KA Schweitzer
Cognition and emotion 30 (7), 1271-1288, 2016
What evidence matters to jurors? The prevalence and importance of different homicide trial evidence to mock jurors
K Schweitzer, N Nunez
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 25 (3), 437-451, 2018
The impact of emotions on juror judgments and decision-making
N Nunez, V Estrada-Reynolds, K Schweitzer, B Myers
Advances in Psychology and Law: Volume 2, 55-93, 2016
The influence of desire and knowledge on perception of each other and related mental states, and different mechanisms for blame
SM Laurent, NL Nuñez, KA Schweitzer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 60, 27-38, 2015
Why side-effect outcomes do not affect intuitions about intentional actions: Properly shifting the focus from intentional outcomes back to intentional actions.
SM Laurent, BAM Clark, KA Schweitzer
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (1), 18, 2015
Emotions in the courtroom: how sadness, fear, anger, and disgust affect juror's decisions
V Estrada-Reynolds, KA Schweitzer, N Nuñez
Wyo. L. Rev. 16, 343, 2016
Hiring the formerly incarcerated: The mediating role of morality
S Mikkelson, K Schweitzer
Criminal Justice and Behavior 46 (12), 1757-1774, 2019
Influence of the fundamental attribution error on perceptions of blame and negligence
C Flick, K Schweitzer
Experimental Psychology, 2021
Citizen willingness to report wildlife crime
K Leavitt, EJ Wodahl, K Schweitzer
Deviant Behavior 42 (10), 1256-1272, 2021
Strain and depression following release from prison: The moderating role of social support mechanisms on substance use
TJ Mowen, JH Boman IV, K Schweitzer
Deviant behavior 41 (6), 750-764, 2020
Victim impact statements: How victim social class affects juror decision making
K Schweitzer, N Nuñez
Violence and victims 32 (3), 521-532, 2017
Geographic distribution of prejudice toward African Americans: Applying the two-dimensional model
S Freng, K Schweitzer, V Estrada-Reynolds, E Leki, S Choi
The Journal of Social Psychology 162 (2), 262-279, 2022
The effect of evidence order on jurors' verdicts: Primacy and recency effects with strongly and weakly probative evidence
K Schweitzer, N Nuñez
Applied Cognitive Psychology 35 (6), 1510-1522, 2021
Are jail sanctions more punitive than community-based punishments? An examination into the perceived severity of alternative sanctions in community supervision
EJ Wodahl, BE Garland, K Schweitzer
Criminal Justice Policy Review 31 (5), 696-720, 2020
Male and female parole decisions: is paying your dues or saying you're sorry more important?
VC Estrada-Reynolds, KA Schweitzer, N Nuñez, S Culhane
Psychiatry, psychology and law 23 (6), 893-907, 2016
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