Psychology study on jury empanelments

Fri May 27 2016

InBrief has been contacted by Nicola Irwin Faulks, who is undertaking a research project for her honours degree in psychology at Macquarie University under the supervision of Dr. Eugene Chekaluk. The study is investigating decision-making during jury empanelment. Participants will be asked to take part in an online study which involves two hypothetical jury empanelments and a brief questionnaire. The study runs for approximately 25-30 minutes.

You will not be required to disclose any overly personal information, and any information gathered will remain confidential. You may also end participation at any time without reason or consequence. If you are interested in this area then please participate in this study!

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