How Jurors Decide: Trial – Applying Decision-Making Principles from Voir Dire through Closing
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July 23, 2020
Ohio Association for Justice
This three-day webinar will focus on the process of juror decision-making. We will explore the psychological literature on human judgment and decision-making in some depth. After exploring the foundational decision science, we will discuss how to use focus groups and other techniques to determine how to best apply these principles to individual cases. Finally, we will discuss a variety of ways in which modern decision-making science can be utilized at trial.
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Day One: The Science -- Cutting Edge Research on Human Decision-making and Cognitive Bias
Day Two: Focus Groups – Finding the Biases at Play in Your Case
Day Three: Trial – Applying Decision-Making Principles from Voir Dire through Closing
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