Richard Seltzer's SELECT PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS
Richard Seltzer. Scientific Jury Selection: Does It Work?. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36:10, 2417-2435, 2006.
Richard Seltzer. The Vanishing Juror: Why Are There Not Enough Available Jurors?, The Justice System Journal, 1999, 20:3, 203-218.
Richard Seltzer. Summary Report of Non-Response Juror Study: Washington, D.C., Council for Court Excellence, December, 1997.
Richard Seltzer, J. Copacino, and D. Donahoe. Fair Cross-Section Challenges in Maryland: An Analysis and Proposal. (Spring, 1996). University of Baltimore Law Review 35:2, 127-167.
Richard Seltzer. Mistakes That Social Scientists Make: Error and Redemption in the Research Process, New York: St. Martin's Press, 1996.
Richard Seltzer, Mark A. Venuti and Grace M. Lopes. Juror Honesty During the Voir Dire. (October, 1991). Journal of Criminal Justice. 19:5, 451-462.
Richard Seltzer and Robert C. Smith. Color Differences in the Afro-American Community and the Differences They Make. (March, 1991). Journal of Black Studies. 21:3, 279-286.
Richard Seltzer, Mark Venuti, and Grace M. Lopes. Juror Ability to Recognize the Limitations of Eyewitness Identifications. (April-June, 1990). Forensic Reports. 3:2, 121-127.
Richard Seltzer and Carolyn Stroman. Open-Ended v. Close-Ended Questions: A Methodological Note. (1987). Urban Research Review. 11:2, 11-12.
Richard Seltzer and Robert C. Smith. Race and Alienation: A Multidimensional Analysis. (1987). New England Journal of Black Studies. 6, 12-28.
Richard Seltzer and Joseph P. McCormick. The Impact of Crime Victimization and Fear of Crime on Attitudes Toward Death Penalty Defendants. (Summer, 1987). Violence and Victims. 2:1, 99-114.
Richard Seltzer, Grace M. Lopes, Marshall Dayan, and Russell F. Canan. The Effect of Death Qualification on the Propensity of Jurors to Convict: The Maryland Example. (1986). Howard University Law Journal. 29:4, 571-607.
Richard Seltzer and Grace M. Lopes. The Ku Klux Klan: Reasons for Support or Opposition Among White Respondents. (September, 1986). Journal of Black Studies. 17:1, 91-109.
Carolyn Stroman and Richard Seltzer. Media Use and Perceptions of Crime. (Summer, 1985). Journalism Quarterly. 62:2, 340-345.
Richard Seltzer and Robert C. Smith. Race and Ideology: A Research Note Measuring Liberalism and Conservatism in Black America. (June, 1985). Phylon. 46:2, 98-105.
Richard Seltzer. An Empirical Examination of Support for the Death Penalty: The Case of Two Maryland Counties. Monograph of NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. 1984.
Richard Seltzer and Charles F. Turner. Estimating the Effects of Interviewer Characteristics in Survey Responses: Race and Gender in a Telephone Survey. Working Paper No. 83-4. Center for Survey Research (University of Massachusetts and the Joint Center for Urban Studies at MIT and Harvard University). 1983.
Richard Seltzer. Sponsorship Effects in an Attitudinal Survey. (1983). Political Methodology. 9:4, 447-453.
Richard Seltzer and Charles F. Turner. Racism, Police Brutality, and the Trial of Terrence Johnson. (Spring, 1981). Insurgent Sociologist. 10:4, 67-74.
Richard Seltzer. Voir Dire in the District of Columbia: Empirical Findings. Presentation at Annual Meeting of District of Columbia Bar. Washington, D.C. June 20. 1989.
Richard Seltzer. Juror Appraisal of Jury Service in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. A report to the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. November, 1987.
Richard Seltzer. Juror Perception of Death Penalty Trials. A report to the Office of the Public Defender of Maryland. October, 1987.