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Exploring juror evaluations of expert opinions using the Expert Persuasion Expectancy framework Legal and Criminological Psychology (IF2.743), Pub Date : 2020-02-06, DOI: 10.1111/lcrp.12165 Kristy A. Martire, Gary Edmond, Danielle Navarro
Factfinders in trials struggle to differentiate witnesses who offer genuinely expert opinions from those who do not. The Expert Persuasion Expectancy (ExPEx) framework proposes eight attributes logically relevant to this assessment: foundation, field, specialty, ability, opinion, support, consistency, and trustworthiness. We present two experiments examining the effects of these attributes on the persuasiveness of a forensic gait analysis opinion.