Science of the Mind - How Jurors, Judges and Other Key Decisionmakers Really Think
Date: Tuesday, March 4th 2014
Location: World Trade Center Mezzanine, Building 2, 26 SW Salmon, Portland
Credit Type(s): General Credit
For many of us, the practice of law is about persuading jurors, judges, and others to make the decisions we want them to make. But how much do we really know about how the decisionmaking process inside the human brain works? Research conducted by cognitive scientists and others has led to fascinating revelations about how human beings actually make decisions.