Erik James Girvan

University of Oregon School of Law

Associate Professor

1515 Agate Street

Eugene, OR Oregon 97403

United States

http://law.uoregon.edu/faculty/girvan/

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SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (14)

1.

On Using the Psychological Science of Implicit Bias to Advance Anti-Discrimination Law

George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal (CRLJ), Vol. 26, No. 3, 2015
Number of pages: 86 Posted: 10 Apr 2015 Last Revised: 29 Jun 2016
Erik James Girvan
University of Oregon School of Law
Downloads 147 (106,787)

Abstract:

law and psychology, implicit bias, Equal Protection Clause, Title VII

2.

Wise Restraints?: Learning Legal Rules, Not Standards, Reduces the Effects of Stereotypes in Legal Decision-Making

Psychology, Public Policy & Law, Vol. 22, pp. 31-45, 2016
Number of pages: 60 Posted: 05 Jun 2013 Last Revised: 09 Feb 2016
Erik James Girvan
University of Oregon School of Law
Downloads 77 (197,892)

Abstract:

stereotyping, social bias, legal education, rules versus standards, torts, law and psychology

3.

Rethinking the Economic Model of Deterrence: How Insights from Empirical Social Science Could Affect Policies Towards Crime and Punishment

Review of Law & Economics, 5, 461 (2009)
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 02 May 2013 Last Revised: 21 Jun 2013
Erik James Girvan
University of Oregon School of Law
Downloads 49 (262,266)

Abstract:

discrimination, criminal law, law and economics, law and society, law and psychology

4.

The Propriety of Peremptory Challenges for Perceived Personality Traits

Law & Psychology Review, Vol. 37, 47, 2013
Number of pages: 34 Posted: 03 May 2013
University of Oregon School of Law, Sam Houston State University, University of Alabama, Arizona State University and University of Alabama
Downloads 43 (288,567)

Abstract:

law and psychology, jury selection, expert testimony, scientific jury selection, jury service, empirical legal studies, jury decision-making

5.

Social Science in Law: A Psychological Case for Abandoning the 'Discriminatory Motive' under Title VII

Cleveland State Law Review, Vol. 60, 1057 (2013)
Number of pages: 45 Posted: 23 Jun 2013
Erik James Girvan and Grace M. Deason
University of Oregon School of Law and University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Downloads 41 (300,722)

Abstract:

Disparate treatment, employment discrimination, psychology and law, social science and law

6.

The Generalizability of Gender Bias: Testing the Effects of Contextual, Explicit, and Implicit Sexism on Labor Arbitration Decisions

Law and Human Behavior, Vol. 39, No. 5, 2015
Number of pages: 53 Posted: 19 Apr 2015 Last Revised: 30 Dec 2015
Erik James Girvan, Grace M. Deason and Eugene Borgida
University of Oregon School of Law, University of Wisconsin - La Crosse and University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Downloads 39 (252,433)

Abstract:

implicit bias, ambivalent sexism, expertise, accountability, arbitration

7.

Education not Incarceration: A Conceptual Model for Reducing Racial and Ethnic Disproportionality in School Discipline

Kent McIntosh, Erik J. Girvan, Robert H. Horner, & Keith Smolkowski, Education not Incarceration: A Conceptual Model For Reducing Racial and Ethnic Disproportionality in School Discipline, 5 J. APPLIED RES. ON CHILD. 4 (2014)
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 25 Apr 2015
Kent McIntosh, Erik James Girvan, Robert Horner and Keith Smolkowski
University of Oregon - College of Education, University of Oregon School of Law, University of Oregon - College of Education and Oregon Research Institute
Downloads 26 (147,708)

Abstract:

School-to-prison pipeline, disproportionate discipline, implicit bias

8.

Psychological and Structural Bias in Civil Jury Awards

Journal of Aggression, Conflict, & Peace Research, Vol. 8, p. 247-57, 2016
Number of pages: 27 Posted: 14 Sep 2015 Last Revised: 16 Dec 2016
Erik James Girvan and Heather Marek
University of Oregon School of Law and University of Oregon
Downloads 17 (252,433)

Abstract:

bias, discrimination, inequality, race, gender, juries, torts, damages, surname, demography

9.

Elevating Norm Over Substance: Self-Monitoring as a Predictor of Decision Criteria and Decision Time Among Independent Voters

10 Analyses Soc. Issues & Pub. Pol’y 321 (2010) ,
Number of pages: 17 Posted: 19 Aug 2013
Erik James Girvan, Jason Weaver and Mark Snyder
University of Oregon School of Law, University of Minnesota and University of Minnesota
Downloads 3 (517,055)

Abstract:

voting behavior

10.

Online Supplement to Psychological and Structural Bias in Civil Jury Awards

8 J. Aggression, Conflict, & Peace Res. 247-57 (2016) (special issue on Hate, Prejudice, & Discrimination)
Number of pages: 2 Posted: 21 Jul 2016 Last Revised: 04 Oct 2016
Erik James Girvan and Heather Marek
University of Oregon School of Law and University of Oregon
Downloads 0 (469,448)

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11.

The Relative Contribution of Subjective Office Referrals to Racial Disproportionality in School Discipline

Number of pages: 30 Posted: 18 Jun 2016
Erik James Girvan, Cody M. Gion, Kent McIntosh and Keith Smolkowski
University of Oregon School of Law, University of Oregon - College of Education, University of Oregon - College of Education and Oregon Research Institute
Downloads 0 (350,132)

Abstract:

equity, school discipline, disproportionality, implicit bias, discrimination

12.

Vulnerable Decision Points for Disproportionate Office Discipline Referrals: Comparisons of Discipline for African American and White Elementary School Students

Number of pages: 41 Posted: 24 Mar 2016 Last Revised: 23 Jun 2016
Oregon Research Institute, University of Oregon School of Law, University of Oregon - College of Education, University of Oregon and University of Oregon - College of Education
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Abstract:

school discipline, disproportionality, racial disparities, implicit bias

13.

Applying Rules and Standards Accurately: Indeterminacy and Transfer Among Adult Learners

Number of pages: 41 Posted: 21 Mar 2016
Joshua D. Kahn and Erik James Girvan
University of Oregon - College of Education and University of Oregon School of Law
Downloads 0 (448,797)

Abstract:

Job Performance, Indeterminacy, Professional Education, Judgment and Decision-Making, Uncertainty, Ambiguity, Open skills

14.

When Our Reach Exceeds Our Grasp: Remedial Realism in Antidiscrimination Law

Oregon Law Review, Vol. 94, 2016
Number of pages: 66 Posted: 18 Mar 2016 Last Revised: 13 May 2016
Erik James Girvan
University of Oregon School of Law
Downloads 0 (370,833)

Abstract:

Antidiscrimination law; psychology; remedies