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(p. 59) Empirical Findings: Foundations and Limits 

(p. 59) Empirical Findings: Foundations and Limits
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(p. 59) Empirical Findings: Foundations and Limits
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Jane Goodman-Delahunty

and William E. Foote

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195371017.003.0003
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date: 21 October 2020

Chapter 3 discusses the foundations and limits of empirical findings. First, it describes the types of empirical studies that have been conducted to acquaint readers with the range of topics and resources available for more in-depth study in the context of a specific case, before reviewing some of the major topics of research pertinent to an assessment of psychological injuries, and findings that have emerged in these studies. The chapter concludes by presenting research related to the responses of judges and jurors to evidence on compensatory damages from complainants and experts.

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