Jason M Chin, Michael Lutsky* & Itiel E Dror “The biases of experts: An empirical analysis of bias allegations in Canadian courts” (forthcoming) Manitoba Law Journal. [SSRN] [LawArXiv]

Rachel Searston & Jason M Chin, “The legal and scientific challenges of black box expertise” (forthcoming) University of Queensland Law Journal. [SSRN]

Armin Alimardani* & Jason M Chin, “Neurolaw in Australia: The use of neuroscience in Australian criminal proceedings” (2019) Neuroethics (*advisee). [SSRN] [LawArXiv] [Direct]

Jason M Chin & D'Arcy White,* "Forensic Bitemark Identification Evidence in Canada" (2019) 52:1 UBC Law Review 57. (*advisee) [SSRN] [LawArXiv]

Jason M Chin, Bethany Growns & David T Mellor, “Improving expert evidence: the role of open science and transparency” (2019) 50:2 Ottawa Law Review 365. [SSRN] [LawArXiv]

Jason M Chin, Gianni Ribeiro & Alicia Reardon, “Open Forensic Science” (2019) The Journal of Law and the Biosciences. [SSRN] [LawArXiv] [Direct]

Jason M Chin, "Abbey Road: The (Ongoing) Journey to Reliable Expert Evidence" (2018) 96:3 Canadian Bar Review 422-459. [Direct] [SSRN] [LawArXiv]

Jason M Chin & William E Crozier, "Rethinking the Ken Through the Lens of Psychological Science" (2018) 55:3 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 625. [SSRN] [LawArXiv] [Direct]

Rachael Kwan & Jason M Chin, "Be careful what you promise: Proprietary estoppel in Cowper Smith v Morgan" (2018) 37:4 Estates, Trusts & Pensions Journal 309-327. [SSRN]

Helena Likwornik, Jason M Chin & Maya Bielinski, "The Diverging Dictionaries of Science and Law" (2018) 22:1 The International Journal of Evidence & Proof 33-52. [SSRN] [OSF] [LawArXiv]

Jason M Chin & Helena Likwornik, "R v Bingley and the Importance of Scientifically-Guided Legal Analysis" (2017) 43:1 Queen's Law Journal 33. [SSRN] [RG][LawArXiv]

Jason M Chin, Jan Tomiska* & Chen Li,* "Drawing the Line Between Lay and Expert Opinion Evidence" (2017) 63:1 McGill Law Journal. (*advisees) [SSRN] [RG] [LawArXiv]

Jason M Chin, “What irreproducible results mean for the law of scientific evidence” (2016) 35:1 The Advocates’ Journal 17-20. [SSRN] [RG] [LawArXiv]

Jason M Chin, Archie Rabinowitz & Aoife Quinn,* “The presumption of resulting trust and beneficiary designations: What’s intention go to do with it?” (2016) 54:1 Alberta Law Review 41-67. (*advisee) [SSRN] [RG] [OSF] [LawArXiv] [Direct]

Jason Chin & Larysa Workewych, “The CSI Effect” in Markus Dubber, ed, Oxford Handbooks Online (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016). [SSRN] [RG] [LawArXiv] [Direct]

Jason M Chin & Scott Dallen,* “R. v. Awer and the Dangers of Science in Sheep’s Clothing” (2016) 63 Criminal Law Quarterly 527-555. (*advisee) [SSRN] [RG] [LawArXiv]

Jason M Chin & Vanja Ginic,* “Book Review, Unlocking Memories: Cognitive Interviewing for Lawyers” (2016) 54:1 Osgoode Hall Law Journal 311-316. (*advisee) [SSRN] [RG] [LawArXiv] [Direct]

Jason M Chin, “Psychological science’s replicability crisis and what it means for science in the courtroom” (2014) 20 Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 225-238. [SSRN] [RG] [LawArXiv]

Michael D Mrazek, Jonathan Smallwood, Michael S Franklin, Jason M Chin, Benjamin B Baird & Jonathan W Schooler, “The role of mind-wandering in measures of general aptitude” (2012) 141 Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 788. [RG]

Jason M Chin, Michael D Mrazek & Jonathan W Schooler, “Blind Spots: Limits in Self Knowledge of Mental Contents and Personal Predispositions” in Simine Vazire & Timothy D Wilson, eds, Handbook of Self Knowledge (New York: Guilford Press, 2012).

Michael D Mrazek,* Jason M Chin,* Toni Schmader, Kimberly K Hartson, Jonathan Smallwood & Jonathan W Schooler, “Threatened to Distraction: Mind Wandering as a Consequence of Stereotype Threat” (2011) 47 Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 1243-1248. (*shared first authorship) [RG]

Jason Chin & Jonathan W Schooler “Why do words hurt?  Content, Process, and Criterion Shift Accounts of Verbal Overshadowing” (2008) 20:3 European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 1-18. [RG]

Kathleen D Vohs, Roy F Baumeister & Jason Chin “Feeling Duped: Emotional, Motivational, and Cognitive Aspects of Being Exploited by Others” (2007) 11 Review of General Psychology 127-141. [RG]