PUBLICATIONS

Heath, W. P., Grannemann, B. D., & Peacock, M. A. (2004). How the defendant’s emotional level affects mock jurors’ decisions when presentation mode and evidence strength are varied. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 34(3), 624-664.

 

Heath, W. P., Grannemann, B. D., Peacock, M. A., & Dulyz, J.  (2001).  Effects of considering who and why the defendant attacked.  Journal of  Applied Social Psychology, 31(4), 860-887.

 

Nezu, C. M., Nezu, A. M., Dudek, J. A., Peacock, M. A., & Stoll, J. G. (2005). Social problem-solving correlates of sexual deviancy among child molesters. Journal of Sexual Aggression, 11, 27-36.

 

Nezu, A. M., Nezu, C. M., Peacock, M. A., & Girdwood, C. P. (2004). Models of behavioral case formulation. In S. N. Haynes & E. Heiby (Eds.), Behavioral assessment: (Vol. 3 of the 6-volume series, Comprehensive Handbook of Psychological Assessment, M. Hersen, Editor-in-Chief). New York: Wiley, 402-426.

Nezu, C. M., & Peacock, M. A. (2005). Cognitive-behavior therapy for adults with mental retardation. In A. Freeman, S. H. Felgoise, A. M. Nezu, C. M. Nezu, & M. Reinecke, (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, NY: Springer, 245-247.

 

Peacock, M. A., Heath, W. P., & Grannemann, B. D. (2001). Attitudes toward physician-assisted suicide: Effects of physician background, patient prognosis, and patient mental health status.  Psychology, Crime & Law, 7(3), 217-242.

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