There are many temptations to organize our life around the experience of earlier trauma. But that may short-change the future—which starts by our envisioning something better.
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Miko M. Wilford Ph.D.
How hard would you fight to clear your name?
What does it take to overturn a plea conviction?
Could you elicit a confession without an interrogation? Yes.
A Personal Perspective: A capital murder trial in which expert psychological testimony was denied was fundamentally unfair.
Should you take the Fifth? A look at interrogation processes may help you decide.
Here's how the desire to clear your name can get you into legal trouble.
Is cooperating with law enforcement in your best interest? The answer might depend on what they already think of you.
Do you know what to do if you are stopped by police? It's not as simple as shown on TV.
A new research paradigm employs video game features to prompt realistic decision-making.
Why you should join the bandwagon that has attracted both Kim Kardashian and Charles Koch.
Missing jury duty? Here's why it could be a long time before you're summoned.
Miko M. Wilford, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She conducts research aimed at improving real world policies and procedures, particularly in legal and educational domains.