The Neuroscience of Social Decision Making: Using the focus group to better understand what will decide your case



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In this webinar, Robyn Wishart and Paul Scoptur will provide a presentation on:
How the Science Works
What Neuroscientists Have Learned So Far
What It Means to the Practice of Law .....

As lawyers we want to believe that decisions flow from a stable set of rules, combined with a given set of facts, activated by a person’s choice. The truth is the decisions people make are profoundly influenced by our individual experiences and our environment or social interactions. Humans are social creatures even when we are alone. Our minds depend on other people and our thoughts and choices are shaped by social interaction. The study of social decision making has historically been anything but a science—until now.

The remaining portion of the webinar is open to one-on-one questions and answers with Robyn Wishart and Paul Scoptur. Have your case files at hand to get an unprecedented opportunity to receive guidance and mentoring from Robyn Wishart and Paul Scoptur.

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