Exonerees in Black and White: the influence of race on perceptions of those who falsely confessed to a crime

Black Americans account for 61% of those who have been released from prison through DNA exoneration. In the present study, we explored the influence of race on perceptions of wrongfully convicted individuals who have been exonerated. Participants (N = 121) were randomly assigned to read a fictional...

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Main Author: Howard, Simon
Format: Electronic Article
Published: 2019
In: Psychology, crime & law
Year: 2019, Volume: 25, Issue: 9, Pages: 911-924
Online Access: Volltext (Resolving-System)
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