Law Probability & Risk

Papers
(The median citation count of Law Probability & Risk is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Inconclusives and error rates in forensic science: a signal detection theory approach23
Treatment of inconclusives in the AFTE range of conclusions17
The Bayes’ factor: the coherent measure for hypothesis confirmation9
Mt. Everest—we are going to lose many: a survey of fingerprint examiners’ attitudes towards probabilistic reporting6
A plague on both your houses: The debate about how to deal with ‘inconclusive’ conclusions when calculating error rates6
Inconclusives in firearm error rate studies are not ‘a pass’5
Signal detection theory fails to account for real-world consequences of inconclusive decisions4
The use and abuse of the elusive construct of inconclusive decisions4
Coherently updating degrees of belief: Radical Probabilism, the generalization of Bayes’ Theorem and its consequences on evidence evaluation4
Inconclusives are not errors: a rejoinder to Dror3
Inconclusive conclusions in forensic science: rejoinders to Scurich, Morrison, Sinha and Gutierrez3
Priors neutral between the parties: the Batson motion in Idaho v. Ish2
Extrapolating the weight of a homogeneous retail drug seizure using packing weight1
Information economics in the criminal standard of proof1
Likelihood ratio to evaluate handwriting evidence using similarity index1
Likelihood ratios for categorical count data with applications in digital forensics1
A probabilistic account of the concept of cross-transfer and inferential interactions for trace materials1
On the interplay between practical and statistical significance in equal employment cases1
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