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Colleen M. Berryessa
Colleen M. Berryessa
Associate Professor, School of Criminal Justice, Rutgers University
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Brain imaging research on psychopathy: Implications for punishment, prediction, and treatment in youth and adults
R Umbach, CM Berryessa, A Raine
Journal of Criminal Justice 43 (4), 295-306, 2015
972015
The psychopathic “label” and effects on punishment outcomes: A meta-analysis.
CM Berryessa, B Wohlstetter
Law and Human Behavior 43 (1), 9-25, 2019
662019
Judicial Perceptions of Media Portrayals of Offenders with High Functioning Autistic Spectrum Disorders
CM Berryessa
International Journal of Criminology and Sociology 3, 45-60, 2014
652014
Judiciary views on criminal behaviour and intention of offenders with high-functioning autism
CM Berryessa
Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour 5 (2), 97-106, 2014
612014
Brief report: Judicial attitudes regarding the sentencing of offenders with high functioning autism
CM Berryessa
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46, 2770-2773, 2016
492016
Judicial stereotyping associated with genetic essentialist biases toward mental disorders and potential negative effects on sentencing
CM Berryessa
Law & Society Review 53 (1), 202-238, 2019
482019
Ethical, Legal, Social, and Policy Implications of Behavioral Genetics
CM Berryessa, MK Cho
Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 14, 515-534, 2013
482013
The effects of psychiatric and “biological” labels on lay sentencing and punishment decisions
CM Berryessa
Journal of Experimental Criminology 14, 241-256, 2018
432018
Biological Research On Behavior As Extra-Legal And Discretionary Factors In Sentencing And Punishment
CM Berryessa
University of Pennsylvania, 2018
37*2018
Impact of psychiatric information on potential jurors in evaluating high-functioning autism spectrum disorder (hfASD)
CM Berryessa, LC Milner, NA Garrison, MK Cho
Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities 8 (3-4), 140-167, 2015
372015
Attention, reward, and inhibition: symptomatic features of ADHD and issues for offenders in the criminal justice system
CM Berryessa
ADHD Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders 9, 5-10, 2017
292017
The Perceptions of Juvenile Judges Regarding Adolescent Development in Evaluating Juvenile Competency
CM Berryessa, J Reeves
Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 110 (3), 551-592, 2020
272020
Ethical, Legal and Social Issues Surrounding Research on Genetic Contributions to Antisocial Behavior
CM Berryessa, NA Martinez-Martin, MA Allyse
Aggression and Violent Behavior 18 (6), 605-610, 2013
252013
Jury-eligible public attitudes toward biological risk factors for the development of criminal behavior and implications for capital sentencing
CM Berryessa
Criminal Justice and Behavior 44 (8), 1073-1100, 2017
242017
Public attitudes toward legally coerced biological treatments of criminals
CM Berryessa, JA Chandler, P Reiner
Journal of Law and the Biosciences 3 (3), 447-467, 2016
242016
Behavioral and neural impairments of frontotemporal dementia: Potential implications for criminal responsibility and sentencing
CM Berryessa
International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 46, 1-6, 2016
232016
The Importance of Forensic Evidence on Decisions of Criminal Guilt
S Ling, J Kaplan, CM Berryessa
Science & Justice 61 (2), 142-149, 2020
212020
Judges’ views on evidence of genetic contributions to mental disorders in court
CM Berryessa
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 27 (4), 586-600, 2016
212016
Prosecuting from the bench? Examining sources of pro‐prosecution bias in judges
CM Berryessa, IE Dror, CJB McCormack
Legal and Criminological Psychology 28 (1), 1-14, 2023
202023
Potential Implications of Research on Genetic or Heritable Contributions to Pedophilia for the Objectives of Criminal Law
CM Berryessa
Recent Advances in DNA & Gene Sequences 8 (2), 65-77, 2014
202014
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