The conclusion reviews some of the major themes of the book and then delves into the implications for legal reform. This part of the book describes future directions, and challenges, for psychology-informed property law and highlights productive areas of further psychology research. Key areas for future research include more applied research of people engaged in property conflicts, transactions, litigation, and other real-world contexts of property law and experiments investigating whether there are cultural differences in perceptions of property rights, valuation, and remedies. Other fruitful areas for future research include psychological perceptions of ownership, possession, and dispossession and conflicts between owners and possessors, factors affecting complaints and reporting of housing discrimination, and research replicating and expanding the empirical work on psychological preferences for remedies.
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