Hosch, H. M., Culhane, S. E., Jolly, K. W., Chavez, R. M., & Shaw, L. H. (2011). Effects of an alibi witness's relationship to the defendant on mock jurors' judgments. Law and Human Behavior, 35, 127-142. DOI: 10.1007/s10979-010-9225-5
Hosch, H.M., Culhane, S.E., Tubb, V.A., & Granillo, E.A. (2011). Town vs. gown: A direct comparison of community residents and student mock jurors. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 29, 1-15. DOI: 10.1002/bsl.970
Steblay, N., Hosch, H.M., Culhane, S.E., & McWethy, A. (2006). The impact on juror verdicts of judicial instruction to disregard inadmissible evidence: A meta-analysis. Law and Human Behavior, 30, 469-542.
Taylor, T.S. & Hosch, H.M. (2004). An examination of jury verdicts for evidence of a similarity-leniency effect, an out-group punitiveness effect, or a black sheep effect. Law and Human Behavior, 28, 587-599.
Culhane, S.E., Hosch, H.M., & Weaver, W.G. (2004). Crime victims serving as jurors: Is there bias present? Law and Human Behavior, 28, 649-659.
Culhane, S.E. & Hosch, H.M. (2004). An alibi witness’s influence on jurors’ verdicts. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 34, 1604-1616.
Kassin, S., Tubb, V.A., Hosch, H.M., & Memon, A. (2001). On the ‘general acceptance’ of eyewitness testimony research: A new survey of the experts. American Psychologist, 56, 405-416.