Joel D. Lieberman
Joel Lieberman is a recognized authority on jury decision making, intergroup conflict, police use of technology (including social media, drones, and body cameras), and sexual assault in large crowds such as nightclubs, music festivals, and concerts.
His research explores the application of social psychological theories to criminal justice issues. This has led to numerous published articles and other works related to hate crimes, physical aggression, prejudice, jury instruction comprehension, inadmissible evidence, persuasive techniques in the courtroom, defendant characteristics, and juror comprehension of expert testimony.
Lieberman is the author of Scientific Jury Selection, as well as a two-volume book on psychology in the courtroom.
- Ph.D., Psychology, University of Arizona