Dr. Henry F. Fradella is a professor of law, criminology, and justice studies at The College of New Jersey. He earned a bachelor of arts in psychology from Clark University, both a masters in forensic science and a law degree (juris doctorate) from The George Washington University, and a Ph.D. in interdisciplinary justice studies from Arizona State University. His area of specialization is the social scientific study of courts and law. This includes research and teaching on the historical development of substantive, procedural, and evidentiary law (including courtroom acceptability and juror understanding of forensic and social scientific evidence, especially forensic psychological/psychiatric testimony); evaluation of law's effects on human behavior (including compliance and deterrence); the dynamics of legal decision making (including the roles of politics, discretion, morality, and popular culture); and the nature, sources, and consequences of variations and changes in legal institutions or processes (including law and social change). He teaches a variety of courses including forensic psychology, criminal law, criminal procedure, courts and judicial processes, evidence, and several specialized forensic science courses. In addition to having published several dozen articles, Dr. Fradella is also the author of another book published by Wadsworth/Thompson Learning: Key Cases, Comments, and Questions on Substantive Criminal Law. Dr. Fradella is a past guest editor of the Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, and is currently is the Legal Literature editor for West's Criminal Law Bulletin.Fradella, Henry F. is the author of 'Forensic Psychology The Use of Behavioral Science in Civil and Criminal Justice', published 2006 under ISBN 9780759367104 and ISBN 0759367108.