Grant Sawyer Center for Justice Studies
About CJS People Projects News Events Links Main page
 

 

Ron Dillehay , Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Former Director, Grant Sawyer Center for Justice Studies



Professor Emeritus of Psychology and the Interdisciplinary Social Psychology Doctoral Program. He has published extensively on Social Psychology and the Law, most notably in jury behavior and capital punishment.

Recent Publications

Merlino, M. L., Dillehay, R.C., Dahir, V., & Maxwell, D. (2003). Science Education for Judges: What, Where, and by Whom? Judicature, 86, 210-213.

Johns, K.A., & Dillehay, R.C. (1998). Law and mental health professionals: Nevada. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Dillehay, R.C. (1999). Authoritarianism and Jurors. In W.F. Abbott & J. Batt (Eds.), Handbook of jury research. Philadelphia, PA: American Law Institute--American Bar Association.

Dillehay, R.C., & Nietzel, M.T. (1999). Prior Jury Service. In W.F. Abbott & J. Batt (Eds.), Handbook of jury research. Philadelphia, PA: American Law Institute--American Bar Association.

Dillehay, R.C., (Ed.), (1999). Dimensiones políticas de la psicología de jurados, Part I. Psicología Política, 19, 63-123.

Dillehay, R.C., & Barry-Gabier, P.J. (1999). Psychological Consultation on Prejudicial Pretrial Publicity in Capital Cases: Change of Venue and Other Remedies. In American Psychological Association/American Bar Association, Psychology and Criminal Law. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Dillehay, R.C., Barry Gabier, P.J., and Dahir, V. (2000). La evolución del jurado en los casos criminales. Una comparación psicosocial del jurado americano y español. Psicología Política, 20, 93-122.

Recent Presentations

Dillehay, R.C. (1998, June). Identifying Jurors Who Would Automatically Vote for Death for Defendants Convicted of Capital Murder. Paper presented at the meeting of the Law and Society Association, Aspen, CO.

Dillehay, R.C., & Barry-Gabier, P.J. (1999, December). Psychological Consultation on Prejudicial Pretrial Publicity in Capital Cases: Change of Venue and Other Remedies. Poster presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association/American Bar Association. Washington, D.C.

Dillehay, R.C., Giewat, G.R., New, C.C., & Son, S.J. (2000, September). Voir Dire as a Method of Assessment for Juror Bias and Prejudice. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Society for Justice Research, Tel Aviv, Israel.

Dillehay, R.C., & New, C.C., & Shonkwiler, J.S. (2001, May). A Preliminary Model of Pretrial Prejudice in a High Profile Case. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Maui, HI.


Email Dr. Dillehay:

dillehay@unr.nevada.edu

 



















































Grant Sawyer Center for Justice Studies
Mail Stop 313
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, NV 89557

Ph: (775) 784-6272
Fax: (775) 784-6273

 
| About CJS | People | Projects | News | Events | Links | Main |
 

University of Nevada, Reno
Grant Sawyer Center for Justice Studies Website