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Scholarship Archives

USC Gould faculty is committed to scholarship, publishing articles in a variety of journals and reviews. Faculty contributions to scholarship and research are listed on their individual directory pages, on bepress, HeinOnline and Google Scholar.

Faculty members also present their work at conferences and symposiums and serve on panel discussions and at workshops. Below is a list of their endeavors.

July 2019

Publications

  • Thomas D. Lyon

    "Effects of the Putative Confession Instruction on Perceptions of Children's True and False Statements" (with Jennifer Gongola and Nicholas Scurich), Applied Cognitive Psychology 33 (2019): 655.

  • Thomas D. Lyon

    Adults’ Perceptions of Children’s Referentially Ambiguous Responses" (with B.E Wylie, A.M. O'Connor, C. Lapyskaia & A.D. Evans), Psychology, Crime, & Law 35 (2019): 729.

Acceptances

  • Thomas D. Lyon

    "Children’s Concealment of a Minor Transgression: The Role of Age, Maltreatment, and Executive Functioning" (with Shanna Williams and Kelly McWilliams), Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

  • Thomas D. Lyon

    "The Effects of the Putative Confession and Evidence Presentation on Maltreated and Non-Maltreated 9- to 12-year-olds' Coached Concealment of a Minor Transgression" (with Angela D. Evans), Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.

  • Dan Simon

    "Ex Ante Coherence Shifts. Commentary on F. Cushman's Rationalization Is Rational" (with Keith Holyoak), Behavioral & Brain Sciences

Presentations/Lectures/Workshops

  • Jonathan Barnett

    “Antitrust Overreach: Undoing Cooperative Standardization in the Digital Economy,” Summer Institute, Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property, George Mason University, Arlington, VA.

  • Michael Simkovic

    "Measuring Regulation," Summer Institute 2019 Law and Economics, The National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge, MA.

  • Nomi Stolzenberg

    Nomi Stolzenberg, "Anne Dailey and the New Fictionalism," 36th Annual Congress of Law and Mental Health, Rome, Italy.

Other

  • Jonathan Barnett

    Jonathan Barnett wrote an op-ed, “FTC v. Qualcomm: A Case of Regulatory Capture?” posted to Truth On The Market on July 18, 2019.

  • Sam Erman

    Sam Erman wrote an op-ed, "Justice John Paul Stevens's Fiercely Modest Judicial Method," posted to The Hill on July 18, 2019.

  • Ariela Gross

    Ariela Gross wrote an op-ed, "Citizenship Once Meant Whiteness. Here’s How That Changed." (with Alejandro de la Fuente), posted to The Washington Post on July 18, 2019.

  • Erik Hovenkamp

    Erik Hovenkamp wrote an op-ed, "FTC v. Qualcomm, Antitrust, and Intellectual Property," posted to The Regulatory Review on July 11, 2019.

  • Dan Simon

    Dan Simon presented a briefing, "Human Memory in Criminal Investigations," to the Israeli National Commision for the Prevention of False Convictions, via Skype, on July 17, 2019.

FACULTY IN THE NEWS

KPCC Air Talk
November 18, 2019
Re: Camille Gear Rich

Camille Gear Rich participated in a discussion on KPCC Air Talk about free speech. “I think we’re entering an era in which people are much more aware of the need for some protection, some regulation in terms of how speech is orchestrated, that government is in a position where it’s trying to create conditions where a variety of speakers with different sensitivities can participate in public debate. So when it says “Congress shall make no law,” there are all sorts of ways in which we have historically carved out particular things, particular areas, where there is a need for regulation … there is a need for let’s say, speed bumps, or containers … where there are certain kinds of speech that are so coercive to public debate or dangerous for other reasons that we impose some limitations and we’ve created definitions around obscenity, around threats, around fighting words, to try to create those conditions that really will allow for a truly participatory and rich conversation,” Rich said.

RECENT SCHOLARSHIP

Nomi Stolzenberg
July, 2019

Nomi Stolzenberg, "Anne Dailey and the New Fictionalism," 36th Annual Congress of Law and Mental Health, Rome, Italy.

Thomas D. Lyon
July, 2019

"Effects of the Putative Confession Instruction on Perceptions of Children's True and False Statements" (with Jennifer Gongola and Nicholas Scurich), Applied Cognitive Psychology 33 (2019): 655.

Thomas D. Lyon
July, 2019

"Children’s Concealment of a Minor Transgression: The Role of Age, Maltreatment, and Executive Functioning" (with Shanna Williams and Kelly McWilliams), Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.