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Reference manual on scientific evidence

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  • Format Books
  • Contributors
  • Publication Second edition. [Washington, District of Columbia] : Federal Judicial Center, 2000.
  • Physical Details
    • 1 online resource (vii, 639 pages) : illustrations

Notes

  • Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents

  • Supreme Court's trilogy on the admissibility of expert testimony / Margaret A. Berger -- Management of expert evidence / William W. Schwarzer and Joe S. Cecil -- How science works / David Goodstein -- Reference guide on statistics / David H. Kaye and David A. Freedman -- Reference guide on multiple regression / Daniel L. Rubinfeld -- Reference guide on survey research / Shari Seidman Diamond -- Reference guide on estimation of economic losses in damages awards / Robert E. Hall and Victoria A. Lazear -- Reference guide on epidemiology / Michael D. Green, D. Mic[h]al Freedman, and Leon Gordis --Reference guide on toxicology / Bernard D. Goldstein and Mary Sue Henifin -- Reference guide on medical testimony / Mary Sue Henifin, Howard M. Kipen, and Susan R. Poulter -- Reference guide on DNA evidence / David H. Kaye and George F. Sensabaugh, Jr. -- Reference guide on engineering practice and methods / Henry Petroski
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