The Impact of Cognitive Bias on Persuasion and Writing Strategies
Introduction by Marilyn R. Walter, J.D. and Elizabeth Fajans, Ph.D.
Four Reasons to Teach Psychology to Legal Writing Students
Lawrence M. Solan, J.D., Ph.D.
The Sociological and Cognitive Dimensions of Policy-Based Persuasion
Michael R. Smith, J.D.
What Cognitive Dissonance Tells Us About Tone in Persuasion
Kathryn Stanchi, J.D.
The Good Fight: The Egocentric Bias, The Aversion to Cognitive Dissonance, and American Criminal Law
Daniel S. Medwed, J.D.
Metaphor and Analogy: The Sun and Moon of Legal Persuasion
Linda L. Berger, J.D.
A Lawyer's Hidden Persuader: Genre Bias and How it Shapes Legal Texts by Constraining Writers' Choices and Influencing Readers' Perceptions
Bret Rappaport, J.D.