Reconstruction of the history of law and psychology research as applied psychology

Project Leader: WAKABAYASHI, Kosuke (College of Comprehensive Psychology Associate Professor )span: 2014/07 - 2015/03

The importance of history of science is to reconstruct the historical story that was constructed by insiders of that field. This challenge makes it possible to change the cognitive form of researchers in that field and to lead them to new direction of research. In phycology filed, it is “low-value of applied psychology”.
This project will research the historical debate that was held in 1909 U. S. between Hugo Münsterberg who is a first director of applied psychology laboratory in Harvard university and John Henry Wigmore who was father of evidence law in U. S as law scholar.

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  • 立命館大学・研究推進プログラム(若手研究)模擬裁判員裁判の実施とテキストマイニング手法による評議内容の分析手法の検討







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