The Legal Process from a Behavioral Perspective

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Index of Names

A
Ackoff, R., 360
Adamany, David, 191
Adams, 151
Alker, H., 334
Allen, Layman, 31, 301
Allinsmith, B., 233
Appel, John, 342
Arens, Richard, 33, 379
Ares, Charles, 31, 83, 105, 359, 382
Arnoff, E., 360, 367
Arrow, K., 360, 367
Auerbach, C., 380

B
Baade, Hans, 381
Ball, Harry, 33
Banks, A., 67
Barrett, Edward, 298
Barton, A., 12
Barton, Roy, 70
Beardsley, Arthur, 60
Beattie, Ronald, 81, 82
Becker, Theodore, 158, 175, 209
Beiser, Edward, 141
Bell, W., 209
Bentley, Arthur, 378
Berman, Harold, 71
Berns, Walter, 381, 382
Bernstein, Marver, 237, 241, 378
Beutel, Fred, 294
Binkley, W., 250, 256
Bishop, Donald, 158
Black, Hugo, 228
Blalock, Hubert, 122, 142, 144, 149, 164, 167, 290, 311, 364, 379
Blanshard, P., 291
Boles, D., 291
Bone, Hugh, 225, 247
Bonham, Jerry, 12
Borgotta, Edgar, 59
Borko, H., 20
Bowen, Don, 185
Braithwaite, K., 360
Brandeis, Louis, 257
Braybrooke, D., 360
Break, George, 32
Brennan, William, 233, 257
Broeder, Dale, 30, 86, 315
Buchholz, Bernard, 12, 31, 54, 105, 317, 359, 382
Bullock, Robert, 81, 83, 124
Burdick, William, 71
Burns, James, 385
Buros, O., 16, 181, 201
Burton, Harold, 228, 257
Byars, Robert, 81

C
Cairns, H., 12
Callahan, Thomas, 31
Campbell, Angus, 191, 223, 235, 255, 292
Campbell, Donald, 303, 383
Cardozo, Benjamin, 257
Carlin, Jerome, 85, 113, 119, 317
Carr, R., 178, 208
Cavers, D., 377
Centers, Richard, 209
Chapin, S., 308
Charlesworth, C., 384
Chase, Stuart, 261
Chatlain, Lois, 81
Churchman, W, 360, 367
Clark, Thomas, 228, 241
Cohen, Felix, 12
Cohen, Morris, 199
Coleman, James, 170
Conard, Alfred, 383
Cooley, William, 143, 144
Cooper, H., 255, 292
Cowan, Thomas, 168, 294, 360, 379, 380
Cramer, Harold, 152, 167
Culp, M., 260
Curris, Constantine, ix, 12

D
Dahl, Robert, 177
Danelski, David, 175
Dauer, Manning, 137
David, Rene, 71 Davies, James, 381, 382
Davis, James F., 29
Dawson, William, 46

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