Cole LM, Cohn ES. Institutional trust across cultures: Its definitions, Institutional trust across cultures: Its definitions, conceptualizations, and antecedents across Eastern and Western nations. In: Interdisciplinary perspectives on trust: towards theoretical and methodological integration . E. Shockley, T.M.S. Neal, L. M. PytlikZillig, & B. H. Bornstein. New York: Springer ; 2016. pp. 157-176.
Rebellon CJ, Manasse ME, Agnew R, Gundy KTV, Cohn ES. The relationship between gender and delinquency: Assessing the mediating role of anticipated guilt. Journal of Criminal Justice. 2016;44 :77-88.
Edwards K, Sylaska KM, Barry JE, Moynihan MM, Banyard VL, Cohn ES, Walsh WA, Ward SK. Sexual violence, physical dating violence and stalking victimization: A comparison of incidence rates among sexual minority and heterosexual college students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 2015;30 :580-600.
Cohn ES, Trinkner RJ, Rebellon CJ, Gundy KTV. Legal attitudes and legitimacy: Extending the integrated legal socialization model. Victims and Offenders Special Issue: Developmental Research and Juvenile Justice. 2012;7 :385-406.
Rebellon CJ, Manasse ME, Gundy KTV, Cohn ES. Perceived injustice and delinquency: A test of general strain theory. . Journal of Criminal Justice: General Strain Theory and Criminal Justice. 2012;40 :230-237.
Spinney CA, Bucolo DO, Cohn E. Race and racism. In: Conviction of the Innocent: Lessons from Psychological Research . B. Cutler . Washington, D.C. American Psychological Association ; 2012. pp. 279-301.
Trinkner R, Cohn ES, Rebellon CJ, Gundy KV. Never trust anyone over 30: Parental legitimacy as a mediator between parental style and changes in rule-violating behavior over time. Journal of Adolescence [Internet]. 2012;35 :119-132. Publisher's Version
Rebellon CJ, Manasse ME, Gundy KV, Cohn ES. Perceived injustice and delinquency: A test of general strain theory. Journal of Criminal Justice [Internet]. 2012;40 :230-237. Publisher's Version
Gundy KV, Stracuzzi N, Rebellon C, Tucker C, Cohn E. Perceived community cohesion and the stress process in youth. Rural Sociology. 2011;76 :293-318.
Dupuis EC, Cohn ES. A new scale to measure war attitudes: Construction and predictors. Journal of Psychological Arts & Sciences. 2011;1 :6-15.
Cohn ES, Bucolo D, Sommers SR. Race and racism. In Conviction of the Innocent: Lessons from Psychological Research(B. Cutler, Editor). . In: Washington D.C. American Psychological Association ; 2011.Abstract

In this chapter, we trace the prevalence of racism in the legal arena and assess the circumstances under which such racism is most likely to occur. By doing so, we do not mean to imply that all racial disparities in the system—including those related to wrongful conviction—are attributable to racism. However, given that other chapters in this volume touch on race as it relates to other issues, such as eyewitnesses and at-risk populations, we focus our present analyses on the matter of racism. Much of this analysis will focus on differences in how the system treats White and Black individuals, as this racial dichotomy has influenced decades of research in the social sciences. At the same time, more recently researchers have argued that the analysis of racism and discrimination in the legal system must be expanded to include members of other minorities, such as Hispanics and Asian Americans. Less data exist on this question of other racial and ethnic groups outside of White and Black groups, but when possible, we explore this literature as well. We examine current theoretical explanations for racial bias and prejudice and examine psychological mechanisms and social conditions that contribute to racism in various legal contexts. We focus on attitudes toward the legal system, issues of racial policing, juror decision making, and racial bias experienced by legal actors (attorneys, court employees, court users). We then review psychological research that demonstrates how racism can be reduced and offer examples of how this research can be applied to the legal system. Finally, we offer conclusions that draw explicit links between the present analysis of racism and this volume’s more specific focus on wrongful conviction. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

Cohn ES, Bucolo D, Rebellon CJ, Gundy KV. An integrated model of legal and moral reasoning and rule-violating behavior: The role of legal attitudes. Law and Human Behavior. 2010;34 :295-309.
Banyard VL, Moynihan MM, Walsh WA, Cohn ES, Ward S. Friends of survivors: The community impact of unwanted sexual experiences. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 2010;25 :242-256.
Bucolo DO, Cohn ES. Playing the race card: Making race salient in defense opening and closing statements . Legal and Criminological Psychology. 2010;15 :293-303.
Walsh WA, Banyard VL, Moynihan MM, Ward S, Cohn ES. Service use on a college campus after an unwanted sexual experience. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation. 2010;11 :134-151.
Cohn ES, Dupuis EC, Brown T. In the eye of the beholder: Sex, resistance, reputation and perpetrator differences in date rape. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 2009;39 :1513-1535.
Cohn ES, Bucolo D, Pride M, Sommers SR. Racial salience and racial bias in the courts: Do racial attitudes make a difference?. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 2009;39 :1953-1973.