Juror decision making: the story model, 13 cardozo l rev 519 (1991) 17 nancy pennington & reid hastie, reasoning in explanation-. Is the practice of applying social science methods to the american jury selection process in both civil and criminal trials (hastie, penrod, & pennington, 1983. Pennington, n and hastie, r, (1988) – 'explanation-based decision making: effects on memory structure on judgement', journal of.
Constructive comprehension process in which information is molded into a coherent mental representation: the story (pennington & hastie, 1992 pennington,. Story model (pennington & hastie, 1993) theory to account for way jurors make decisions in criminal trials studies concern simulated trials eg massachusetts. Was established by pennington and hastie (1993), who showed that jurors use trial evidence to construct a narrative encompassing most of the case's important.
Dence (marshall & wise 1975 pennington & hastie 1981 schum best fits the evidence and is most coherent (pennington & hastie 1993. Fense jurors on the panel of prospective jurors (d discussion in hastie penrod, & pennington, 1983, chapter 6) indeed a small industry of jury selection experts. Part of the formal legal process6 ten years later, nancy pennington and reid hastie looked more closely at the process of legal decision-making, primarily. Known stories as more believable (pennington & hastie, 1986) hence, evidence that fits with the known television narrative can be perceived as more.
Developed by pennington and hastie (1991), the story model states that jurors arrive at a verdict as a result of a story construction process. They are engaged in sense making (pennington and hastie from the pieces of evidence they have heard (pennington and hastie 1986, pennington and. The subjects in pennington & hastie (1993) generated causal stories to represent the events related to a particular trial these stories were modeled with .
Claire i tsai a,, joshua klayman b, reid hastie b a rotman school of ser, singer, & trabasso, 1994 hastie & pennington, 2000 thagard, 2000. The narrative believability scale (hereafter “nbs-12”) was designed to measure the constructs specified in the story model (pennington & hastie, 1991) that. The story model is the most popular explanation-based model and was developed by nancy pennington and reid hastie the story model read moe here. Witnesses expect to tell stories (conley and o'barr 1990), lawyers and jurors transform evidence into stories (pennington and hastie 1986, 1991), and even.
Nancy pennington & reid hastie, explaining the evidence: tests of the story model for see pennington & hastie, evidence evaluation, supra note 112, at 243. Pennington and hastie (in press) studied jury deliberation as a complex decision task and found that the jurors attempted to fit all the evidence into a coherent. On the basis of their observations, reid hastie, steven penrod, and nancy pennington show how well jurors remember crucial trial information, interpret the law.Download