Professor Greenberg has research interests in decision making in the criminal justice system, crime victim decision making and eyewitness recall, social influence and social support processes, and the ways people cope with negative life events.
- Greenberg, M. S., & Ruback, R. B. (1992). After the crime: Victim decision making. New York: Plenum
- Greenberg, M. S., & Ruback, R. B. (1991). Social psychology of the criminal justice system (2nd edition). Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt.
- Greenberg, M. S., & Beach, S. R. (2004). Property crime victims' decision to notify the police: Social, cognitive, and affective determinants. Law and Human Behavior, 28, 177-186.
- Greenberg, M. S., Westcott, D. R., & Bailey, S. (1998). When believing is seeing: The effect of scripts on eyewitness memory. Law and Human Behavior, 22, 685-694.
- Beach, S. R., & Greenberg, M. S. (2001). Paradoxical reactions of property crime victims. In M. Martinez (Ed.), Prevention and control of aggression and the impact on its victims (pp. 385-388). New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum.
- Greenberg, M. S., & Beach, S. R. (2001). The role of social influence in crime victim's decision to notify the police. In R. R. Roesch, R. R. Corrado, & R. Dempster (Eds.), Psychology in the courts: International advances in knowledge (pp. 305-316).
- Attitudes and Social Influence
- Law and Psychology
- Social Psychology and Criminal Justice
Department of Psychology
University of Pittsburgh
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