Publications

Following is a list of articles that have been published by one or more of Magnus’ Directors. A full listing of publications is contained on the Directors’ curriculum vitaes, which are available to attorneys upon request; see feedback. To read the articles in PDF format, click on the scales gold R below the citation. These articles are provided for educational purposes.

Bothwell, R.K., Brigham, J.C., & Pigott, M.A. (1987). An exploratory study of personality differences in eyewitness memory. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 2 (3), 335-343.

Bothwell, R.K., Pigott, M.A., Foley, L.A., & McFatter, R. (2006). Racial bias in juridic judgment at private and public levels. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36(9), 2134-2149. 

Brigham, J.C., & WolfsKeil, (Pigott) M.A. (1983). Opinions of attorneys and law enforcement personnel on the accuracy of eyewitness memory. Law and Human Behavior, 7(4), 337-349.

Fauss, D.H., & Pigott, M.A. (1997). Attorneys and jurors: Do they have anything in common? Trial Diplomacy Journal, 20(3), 183-199.

Foley, L.A., & Pigott, M.A. (1997). Race, age, and jury decisions in a civil rape trial. American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 15(1), 1-18.

Foley, L.A., & Pigott, M.A. (1997). The influence of forepersons and non-foreperson on mock jury decisions. American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 15(4), 1-12.

Foley, L.A., & Pigott, M.A. (2000). Belief in a just world and jury decisions in a civil rape trial. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 30 (5), 935-951.

Foley, L.A., & Pigott, M.A. (2002) Race, self presentation, and reverse discrimination in jury decisions, American Journal of Forensic Psychology , 20 (3), 37-52.

Hyme, H., Foley, L.A., & Pigott, M.A. (1999). A comparison of male and female dominated juries in a case of coerced sex with a male plaintiff. American Journal of Forensic Psychology , 17(3), 67-80.

Lambert, L., & Pigott, M.A. (2006). Insiders’ views on jury decision making. American Bar Association, Tort, Trial, & Insurance Practice, Aviation and Space Law Committee Newsletter (Fall) , 18-20.

Leone, C., and Pigott, M.A. (1989). Social psychology: Study guide. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co., Inc.

Pigott, M.A. (May, 1997). Conduct voir dire wisely. Trial.

Pigott, M.A. (March, 2000). What the design professional needs to know about jury consultants. URL http: //www.aepronet.org.

Pigott, M.A. (2001). Twenty-five common mistakes attorneys make in voir dire. The Practical Litigator , 12 (1), 51-54.

Pigott, M.A. (2001). Trial themes and analysis. The Florida Bar News , August 15, 2001, 25.

Pigott, M.A., & Brigham, J.C. (1985). The relationship of prior description and facial recognition. Journal of Applied Psycholog y, 70 (3), 547-555.

Pigott, M.A., Brigham, J.C., & Bothwell, R.K. (1990). A field study on the relationship between quality of eyewitnesses’ descriptions and identification accuracy. Journal of Police Science and Administration, 17(2), 84-88.

Pigott, M.A., & Foley, L.A. (1995). Social influence in jury decision making. Trial Diplomacy Journal, 18(2), 101-108.

Pigott, M.A., & Foley, L.A. (1995). The impact of personality and demographics on verdict in a civil rape case. Trial Diplomacy Journal, 18(3), 145-158.

Pigott, M.A., & Foley, L.A. (1995). Improve your success in voir dire: Understanding jurors’ personalities. Trial Diplomacy Journal, 18(4), 197-204.

Pigott, M.A., Foley, L.A. (1997). Individual and corporate responsibility in a sexual harassment lawsuit. Trial Diplomacy Journal, 20(6), 347-358.

Pigott, M.A., & Foley, L.A. (2000). The role of gender in sexual harassment litigation. The Trial Lawyer, 23(1), 49-58.

Pigott, M.A., & Friedman, H. L. (1998). Enhancing fact witness effectiveness. The Trial Lawyer, 21(5), 309-320.

Pigott, M.A., & Leone, C. (1989). Social psychology: Instructor’s manual. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co., Inc.

Pigott, M.A. (1983). Recognition and recall independence in memory for faces. Unpublished manuscript.

Pigott, M.A., Myers, M.L., Cochran, C., McIntire, B.B., Gonzales, M.R., Cochran, P.L., & Coyle, N. (1986). Florida’s class of ’76: Ten years later. Unpublished manuscript.