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1980
Grofman, Bernard . Jury decision making models and the Supreme Court: The jury cases from Williams v. Florida to Ballew v. Georgia. Policy Studies Journal. 84, (5), 749-772.
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1979
Grofman, Bernard N. A pilot study of individual behavior as mediated by the group context: Three- and five-member mock juries. Experimental Study of Politics. 7, 41-54.
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1978
Grofman, Bernard . Judgemental competence of individuals and groups in a dichotomous choice situation: Is a maority of heads better than one?. Journal of Mathematical Sociology. 61, (1), 47-60.
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1977
Grofman, Bernard . Jury decision-making models. Modeling the Criminal Justice System. Beverly Hills: Sage.
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1976
Grofman, Bernard . Not necesarily twelve and not necessarily unanimous: Evaluating the impact of Williams v. Florida and Johnson v. Louisiana. Psychology and the Law: Research Frontiers. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.
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