30 Law & Psychol. Rev. [iii] (2006)
Table of Contents

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REVIEW
VOLUME 30                                       SPRING 2006
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES
IMPROVING THE AMBER ALERT SYSTEM: PSYCHOLOGY
RESEARCH AND POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS .................... Monica K. Miller
Samantha S. Clinkinbeard   1
COGNITIVE OPTIMISM AND PROFESSIONAL PESSIMISM
IN THE LARGE-FIRM PRACTICE OF LAW:
THE OPTIMISTIC ASSOCIATE ............................... Catherine Gage O'Grady 23
TwO-EDGED SWORDS, DANGEROUSNESS, AND
EXPERT TESTIMONY IN CAPITAL SENTENCING ................... Robert F Schopp  57
INGRATIATION IN THE COURTROOM AND IN THE VOIR
DiRE PROCESS: WHEN MoRE Is NOT BETTER .............. Stanley L. Brodsky
David E. Cannon 103
READABILITY OF MIRANDA WARNINGS AND
WAIVERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR EVALUATING
MIRANDA COMPREHENSION ................................................... Rachel Kahn
Patricia A. Zapf
Virginia G. Cooper 119
STUDENT ARTICLES
THE LOWEST OF THE LOW? ADDRESSING THE
DISPARITY BETWEEN COMMUNITY VIEW, PUBLIC
POLICY, AND TREATMENT EFFECTIVENESS FOR
SEX  OFFENDERS  .......................................................... M ichael P. Griffin
Desirge A. West 143
YouR THOUGHTS MAY DECEIVE YOU: THE CONSTITUTIONAL
IMPLICATIONS OF BRAIN FINGERPRINTING TECHNOLOGY AND
HOW IT MAY BE USED TO SECURE OUR SKIES .............. Brian McCormick 171
THE FIGHT OVER VIDEO GAME VIOLENCE:
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN POLITICS,
SOCIAL SCIENCE, AND LAW  ............................................... Barry  K. Smith  185

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