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Table of contents of journal: *Psychology, public policy, and law

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Authors: LUBINSKI D
Citation: D. Lubinski, APPLIED INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES RESEARCH AND ITS QUANTITATIVE METHODS, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 187-203

Authors: SCARR S
Citation: S. Scarr, HOW PEOPLE MAKE THEIR OWN ENVIRONMENTS - IMPLICATIONS FOR PARENTS ANDPOLICY-MAKERS, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 204-228

Authors: DAWIS RV
Citation: Rv. Dawis, VOCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, VOCATIONAL ADJUSTMENT, AND THE WORKFORCE - SOME FAMILIAR AND UNANTICIPATED CONSEQUENCES, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 229-248

Authors: BENBOW CP STANLEY JC
Citation: Cp. Benbow et Jc. Stanley, INEQUITY IN EQUITY - HOW EQUITY CAN LEAD TO INEQUITY FOR HIGH-POTENTIAL STUDENTS, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 249-292

Authors: GROVE WM MEEHL PE
Citation: Wm. Grove et Pe. Meehl, COMPARATIVE EFFICIENCY OF INFORMAL (SUBJECTIVE, IMPRESSIONISTIC) AND FORMAL (MECHANICAL, ALGORITHMIC) PREDICTION PROCEDURES - THE CLINICAL-STATISTICAL CONTROVERSY, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 293-323

Authors: HUNTER JE SCHMIDT FL
Citation: Je. Hunter et Fl. Schmidt, CUMULATIVE RESEARCH KNOWLEDGE AND SOCIAL-POLICY FORMULATION - THE CRITICAL ROLE OF METAANALYSIS, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 324-347

Authors: TENOPYR ML
Citation: Ml. Tenopyr, THE COMPLEX INTERACTION BETWEEN MEASUREMENT AND NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT POLICY, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 348-362

Authors: LUBINSKI D HUMPHREYS LG
Citation: D. Lubinski et Lg. Humphreys, SEEING THE FOREST FROM THE TREES - WHEN PREDICTING THE BEHAVIOR OR STATUS OF GROUPS, CORRELATE MEANS, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 363-376

Authors: SECHREST LB BOOTZIN RR
Citation: Lb. Sechrest et Rr. Bootzin, PSYCHOLOGY AND INFERENCES ABOUT PUBLIC-POLICY, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(2), 1996, pp. 377-392

Authors: WINICK BJ
Citation: Bj. Winick, A SUMMARY OF THE MACARTHUR TREATMENT COMPETENCE STUDY AND AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL THEME - FOREWORD, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 3-17

Authors: SLOBOGIN C
Citation: C. Slobogin, APPRECIATION AS A MEASURE OF COMPETENCE - SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT THE MACARTHUR GROUPS APPROACH, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 18-30

Authors: STEFAN S
Citation: S. Stefan, RACE, COMPETENCE TESTING, AND DISABILITY LAW - A REVIEW OF THE MACARTHUR COMPETENCE RESEARCH, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 31-44

Authors: KIRK T BERSOFF DN
Citation: T. Kirk et Dn. Bersoff, HOW MANY PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS DOES IT TAKE TO GET A PSYCHIATRIST TO LEAVE THE LIGHTBULB UNCHANGED - A DUE-PROCESS ANALYSIS OF THE MACARTHUR TREATMENT COMPETENCE STUDY, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 45-72

Authors: KAPP MB MOSSMAN D
Citation: Mb. Kapp et D. Mossman, MEASURING DECISIONAL CAPACITY - CAUTIONS ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF A CAPACIMETER, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 73-95

Authors: ROESCH R HART SD ZAPF PA
Citation: R. Roesch et al., CONCEPTUALIZING AND ASSESSING COMPETENCE TO STAND TRIAL - IMPLICATIONS AND APPLICATIONS OF THE MACARTHUR TREATMENT COMPETENCE MODEL, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 96-113

Authors: PERLIN ML DORFMAN DA
Citation: Ml. Perlin et Da. Dorfman, IS IT MORE THAN DODGING LIONS AND WASTIN TIME - ADEQUACY OF COUNSEL, QUESTIONS OF COMPETENCE, AND THE JUDICIAL PROCESS IN INDIVIDUAL RIGHT TO REFUSE TREATMENT CASES, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 114-136

Authors: WINICK BJ
Citation: Bj. Winick, THE MACARTHUR TREATMENT COMPETENCE STUDY - LEGAL AND THERAPEUTIC IMPLICATIONS, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 137-166

Authors: GRISSO T APPELBAUM PS
Citation: T. Grisso et Ps. Appelbaum, VALUES AND LIMITS OF THE MACARTHUR TREATMENT COMPETENCE STUDY, Psychology, public policy, and law, 2(1), 1996, pp. 167-181
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