Cognitive Shortcuts and Biases (Good and Bad) Inermediate
Jennifer Turner, M.A
June 7 from 10:00am - 11:00am
The brain can perform amazing feats of thinking and processing. The brain is also selective in how it spends its attentional and processing resources. In this presentation, you’ll learn about (1) heuristics: the fast and frugal, mental shortcuts your brain makes when presented with new information, (2) how heuristics can be good and bad for decision-making, and (3) some methods of reducing bias.
June 7th (10am - 11am) Congnitive Shortcuts and Biases (Good and Bad)