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711996An Essay on the Civil-Criminal Distinction with Special Reference to Punitive DamagesGail HeriotMore detail
711996Two Systems of Social Protection: Comments on the Civil-Criminal Distinction, with Particular Reference to Sexually Violent Predator LawsStephen J. SchulhoferMore detail
711996Points of Intersection: Discontinuities at the Junction of Criminal Law and the Regulatory StateLouis Michael SeidmanMore detail
711996The Civil-Criminal Distinction in Professional ResponsibilityFred C. ZachariasMore detail
711996The Exclusivity of the Criminal Law: Toward a "Regulatory Model" of, or "Pathological Perspective" on, the Civil-Criminal DistinctionDonald DrippsMore detail
711996Untying the State Action KnotCraig BradleyMore detail
711996Civilizing Civil ForfeitureKevin ColeMore detail
61995Introduction: Traveling the Highway: Sources of Momentum in Behavioral RegulationPaul C. WohlmuthMore detail
61995Recognizing Intermediacy in Human DiscoursePaul C. WohlmuthMore detail
61995The Text of Conversation and ThoughtCarole E. LoganMore detail
61995Making Motions: The Embodiment of Law in GestureBernard J. HibbittsMore detail
61995The Intuition of Justice: Its Processing in Psychoanalytic Therapy and ElsewhereEric RaynerMore detail
61995Genre as Institutional Informed Social PracticeGeorge KamberelisMore detail
61995When Utterances Become ObjectsWilliam F. HanksMore detail
61995The Reductive Bias and the Crisis of Text (In the Law)Feltovich, Spiro, Coulson, Myers-KelsonMore detail
61995Constructing Shared Understanding: The Role of Nonverbal Input in Learning ContextsM. Perry, D. Berch, & J. SingletonMore detail
61995The Role of Gesture and Speech Communication as a Reflection of Cognitive UnderstandingChurch, Reichl, Goodman, Kelly, NolleyMore detail
61995Expanding the Narrative: The Grand Compulsion of a Storytelling SpeciesLouis J. GoldbergMore detail
61995Talker-Listener Attunements to Speech EventsCarol A. Fowler & Elena T. LevyMore detail
61995Temporal Integrations and Rhythms: That's What Language and Animal Behavior Are Made ofGeoffrey E. GerstnerMore detail
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