Extra-legal influences, group processes, and jury decision-making: A psychological perspective.

Wasserman, D. T., & Robinson, J. N. (1980). Extra-legal influences, group processes, and jury decision-making: A psychological perspective. North Carolina Central Law Journal, 12, 96-151.

Damage awards higher when defendant identified as corporation as opposed to individual and when jury exposed to emotion-arousing evidence in penalty phase. Group polarization evident in jury awards, with jury awards larger than mean juror awards.

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