Jonathan J. Koehler
Jonathan J. Koehler
Beatrice Kuhn Professor of Law, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
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The base rate fallacy reconsidered: Descriptive, normative, and methodological challenges
JJ Koehler
Behavioral and brain sciences 19 (1), 1-17, 1996
8851996
The coming paradigm shift in forensic identification science
MJ Saks, JJ Koehler
Science 309 (5736), 892-895, 2005
7072005
The influence of prior beliefs on scientific judgments of evidence quality
JJ Koehler
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 56 (1), 28-55, 1993
4471993
The individualization fallacy in forensic science evidence
MJ Saks, JJ Koehler
Vand. L. Rev. 61, 199, 2008
3122008
The need for a research culture in the forensic sciences
JL Mnookin, SA Cole, IE Dror, BAJ Fisher
UCLA L. Rev. 58, 725, 2010
2922010
Betrayal aversion: When agents of protection become agents of harm
JJ Koehler, AD Gershoff
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 90 (2), 244-261, 2003
2632003
Error and Exaggeration in the Presentation of DNA Evidence at Trial
JJ Koehler
jurimetrics 34 (1), 21-39, 1993
2501993
Veridical verdicts: Increasing verdict accuracy through the use of overtly probabilistic evidence and methods
JJ Koehler, DN Shaviro
Cornell L. Rev. 75, 246, 1989
2361989
The random match probability in DNA evidence: Irrelevant and prejudicial
JJ Koehler, A Chia, S Lindsey
JURIMETRICS j. 35, 201, 1994
2351994
The random match probability in DNA evidence: Irrelevant and prejudicial
JJ Koehler, A Chia, S Lindsey
JURIMETRICS j. 35, 201, 1994
2351994
On conveying the probative value of DNA evidence: Frequencies, likelihood ratios, and error rates
JJ Koehler
U. colo. L. rev. 67, 859, 1996
1931996
When are people persuaded by DNA match statistics?
JJ Koehler
Law and Human Behavior 25 (5), 493-513, 2001
1642001
Can jurors understand probabilistic evidence?
DH Kaye, JJ Koehler
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society: Series A (Statistics in Society …, 1991
1631991
A normality bias in legal decision making
RA Prentice, JJ Koehler
Cornell L. Rev. 88, 583, 2002
1532002
The “hot hand” myth in professional basketball
JJ Koehler, CA Conley
Journal of sport and exercise psychology 25 (2), 253-259, 2003
1482003
Shattering the illusion of control: Multi‐shot versus single‐shot gambles
JJ Koehler, BJ Gibbs, RM Hogarth
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 7 (3), 183-191, 1994
1411994
What DNA fingerprinting can teach the law about the rest of forensic science
MJ Saks, J Koehler
Cardozo L. Rev. 13, 361, 1991
1351991
DNA matches and statistics: Important questions, surprising answers
JJ Koehler
Judicature 76, 222, 1992
1311992
The psychology of numbers in the courtroom: How to make DNA-match statistics seem impressive or insufficient
J Koehler
S. Cal. L. Rev. 74, 1275, 2000
1252000
Relevance ratio: Evaluating the probative value of expert testimony in child sexual abuse cases
TD Lyon, JJ Koehler
Cornell L. Rev. 82, 43, 1996
1121996
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