Brian H. Bornstein

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Psychology The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 
Area:
Social Psychology, General
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Miller MK, Reichert J, Bornstein BH, et al. (2018) Judicial stress: the roles of gender and social support. Psychiatry, Psychology, and Law : An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law. 25: 602-618
PytlikZillig LM, Kimbrough CD, Shockley E, et al. (2017) A longitudinal and experimental study of the impact of knowledge on the bases of institutional trust. Plos One. 12: e0175387
Reed K, Bornstein BH, Jeon AB, et al. (2016) Problem signs in law school: Fostering attorney well-being early in professional training. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry
Shockley E, Neal TMS, Pytlikzillig LM, et al. (2016) Interdisciplinary perspectives on trust: Towards theoretical and methodological integration Interdisciplinary Perspectives On Trust: Towards Theoretical and Methodological Integration. 1-222
Laub CE, Kimbrough CD, Bornstein BH. (2016) Mock juror perceptions of eyewitnesses versus earwitnesses: Do safeguards help? American Journal of Forensic Psychology. 34: 33-56
Bornstein BH, Tomkins AJ. (2015) Institutional Trust: An Introduction. Nebraska Symposium On Motivation. Nebraska Symposium On Motivation. 62: 1-11
Bornstein BH, Robicheaux TR, Elliott EM. (2015) The role of semantic relatedness in producing the revelation effect: A test of the global-matching model Journal of Cognitive Psychology. 27: 207-217
Wylie LE, Bergt S, Haby J, et al. (2015) Age and lineup type differences in the own-race bias Psychology, Crime and Law. 21: 490-506
Bornstein BH, Tomkins AJ. (2015) Institutional trust: An introduction Nebraska Symposium On Motivation. 62
Bornstein BH. (2015) Law and social science: How interdisciplinary is interdisciplinary enough? The Witness Stand and Lawrence S. Wrightsman, Jr.. 113-128
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