Christian Dahlman

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  2. The Effect of Ambiguous Question Wording on Jurors’ Presumption of Innocence

    Martire, K. A. & Christian Dahlman, 2019 Sep 23, In : Psychology, Crime and Law.

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  3. De-Biasing Legal Fact-Finders with Bayesian Thinking

    Christian Dahlman, 2019, In : Topics in Cognitive Science.

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  4. The Opportunity Prior - A Proof-Based Prior for Criminal Cases

    Fenton, N., Lagnado, D., Christian Dahlman & Neil, M., 2019, In : Law, Probability and Risk. mgz007

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  5. Determining the Base Rate for Guilt

    Christian Dahlman, 2018 Mar 1, In : Law, Probability and Risk. 17, 1, p. 15–28

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  6. Reasons Pro et Contra as a Debiasing Technique in Legal Contexts

    Frank Zenker, Christian Dahlman, Rasmus Bååth & Sarwar, F., 2018, In : Psychological Reports. 121, 3, p. 511-526

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  7. Varför är bevisning som uppfyller beviskravet i våldtäktsmål inte tillräcklig i mål om olaga hot?

    Christian Dahlman & Korths-Aspegren, A., 2018, In : Svensk Juristtidning. 2018, 4, p. 327-342

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  8. Unacceptable generalizations in arguments on legal evidence

    Christian Dahlman, 2016, In : Argumentation.

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  9. Att bedöma personer med kriminell belastning

    My Pettersson, Christian Dahlman & Sarwar, F., 2016, In : Svensk Juristtidning. 1

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  10. Miss rate neglect in legal evidence.

    Christian Dahlman, Frank Zenker & Sarwar, F., 2016, In : Law, Probability and Risk. 15, 4, p. 239-250

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  11. The felony fallacy

    Christian Dahlman, 2015, In : Law, Probability and Risk.

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  12. Robust trust in expert testimony

    Christian Dahlman, Lena Wahlberg & Sarwar, F., 2015, In : Humana.Mente. 28, p. 17-37

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  13. Oacceptabla generaliseringar i bevisvärdering

    Christian Dahlman, 2015, In : Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap. 5

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  14. The function of Opinio Juris in customary international law

    Christian Dahlman, 2012, In : Nordic Journal of International Law. 81, p. 327-339

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  15. When conventionalism goes too far

    Christian Dahlman, 2011, In : Ratio Juris. 24, 3, p. 335-346

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  16. Fallacies in ad hominem arguments

    Christian Dahlman, David Reidhav & Lena Wahlberg, 2011, In : Cogency. 3, 2, p. 105-124

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  17. The difference between obedience assumed and obedience accepted

    Christian Dahlman, 2009, In : Ratio Juris. p. 187-196

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  18. Om rättsvetenskapens auktoritet

    Christian Dahlman, 2007, In : Allmän rättslära - Rättsteoretiska seminarier. 75, p. 89-95

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  19. En dialog om framtida preferenser

    Christian Dahlman, 2006, In : Filosofisk tidskrift. 1, p. 15-18

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  20. Adjudicative and epistemic recognition

    Christian Dahlman, 2004, In : Analisi e diritto. p. 229-242

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  21. Fused modality or confused modality?

    Christian Dahlman, 2004, In : Ratio Juris. 17, 1, p. 80-86

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  22. The trinity in Kelsen's basic norm unravelled

    Christian Dahlman, 2004, In : Archiv für Rechts- und Sozialphilosophie. 90, 2, p. 147-162

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