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Section 2
An Attorney's Perspective: Direct Examination of the Expert

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-Kuchler, Deborah D. An In-Depth Look at Direct Examination of Expert Witnesses. California Courts, 2010 p 8-20.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
"An exploratory study of meta-factors of expert witness persuasion": Correction to Cramer et al., 2014 (2015). Journal of Individual Differences, 36(2), 130.

Gardner, B. O., Titcomb, C., Cramer, R. J., Stroud, C. H., & Bate, B. P. (2013). Perceived personality similarity and perceptions of expert testimony. Journal of Individual Differences, 34(4), 185–192.

Krauss, D. A., McCabe, J. G., & Lieberman, J. D. (2012). Dangerously misunderstood: Representative jurors' reactions to expert testimony on future dangerousness in a sexually violent predator trial. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 18(1), 18–49.

Spanos, N. P., Quigley, C. A., Gwynn, M. I., Glatt, R. L., & Perlini, A. H. (1991). Hypnotic interrogation, pretrial preparation, and witness testimony during direct and cross-examination. Law and Human Behavior, 15(6), 639–653.

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