Papers on psychology and our society. Our social law.
Shane McNeil deposited The Influence of Social Media on Insurrectionist Radicalization in the group Psychology Society and Law on Humanities Commons 1 year, 10 months ago
This paper examines the radicalizing influence that social media has on psychologically vulnerable individuals who are unable to differentiate “fake news” from reality.
Shane McNeil deposited APA Amicus Briefs on Gays in the Military in the group Psychology Society and Law on Humanities Commons 2 years ago
In 1988 and 1989, the American Psychological Association (APA) submitted two nearly identical amicus briefs in the cases of Watkins v. United States Army and BenShalom v. Marsh. Both cases dealt with whether the U.S. Army may constitutionally require the discharge or deny reenlistment to any service member who declares him/herself to have a…[Read more]
Shane McNeil deposited The Impacts of Marginalization on American Muslim Radicalization to the Islamic State in the group Psychology Society and Law on Humanities Commons 2 years ago
An examination of the impact of marginalization of Muslims in American society on recruitment efforts by the Islamic State during the mid-2010s.
Shane McNeil deposited Unbalanced Implementation of Cognitive Interviewing Across Law Enforcement in the group Psychology Society and Law on Humanities Commons 2 years ago
It has been approximately 36 years since the initial development of the cognitive interviewing technique for conducting witness interviews. In that time, federal law enforcement has adopted the technique and numerous studies have repeatedly shown the value of using cognitive interviewing to increase the quantity and value of witness recall. While…[Read more]