Remorse and Demeanor in the Courtroom: The Cognitive Science of Evaluating Contrition, in The Integrity of Criminal Process: From Theory into Practice (Hunter, Roberts, Young and Dixon eds., Hart Publishing, forthcoming 2015).
The Passions of Law (ed., NYU Press, 2000) (also available in paperback, 2001).
Emotion and Deliberation: The Autonomous Citizen in the Social World, in NOMOS LIII, Passions and Emotions (NYU Press 2013)
Emotions and Risk Regulation, in 62 Stud. in L., Pol., & Soc. 219 (Austin Sarat ed., 2013)
The Challenges of Quality of Life Policing for Criminal Procedure, in The Constitution and the Future of Criminal Justice in America. (Balkin, Parry and Richardson eds., Cambridge University Press, 2013). Full text via SSRN
Entry on the Eleventh Amendment, in The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States (2d ed., Oxford University Press, 2005).
With Stuart M. Jay, Justiciability, in 1999 Federal Appellate Jurisdiction: Its Elements and Its Evolving Content (Federal Judicial Center, 1999).
Intersystemic Preclusion, in Moore's Federal Practice (3rd ed., Matthew Bender, 1997).
Empathy and Article III: Judge Weinstein, Cases and Controversies, __ DePaul Law Review __ (forthcoming 2015).
Remorse, Demeanor and Misinterpretation: The Limits of Law as a Window into the Soul, Journal of Law, Religion and State (forthcoming 2015) Full text via SSRN
With Jessica M. Salerno, Emotion, Proof and Prejudice: The Cognitive Science of Gruesome Photos and Victim Impact Statements, 62 Arizona State L. J. __ (forthcoming 2014). Full text via SSRN
Book Review, What Does it Feel Like to be a Lawyer? Jotwell (reviewing Susannah Sheffer, Fighting for their Lives: Inside the Experience of Capital Defense Attorneys (Vanderbilt University Press 2013)) Full text via Jotwell