Political Attitudes, Metacognition, Educational Interventions, and American Idol: A Series of (Seemingly) Unrelated Studies on Judgment and Decision Making

A School of Psychology Colloquium by Daniel Oppenheimer, Carnegie Mellon University

How does how we think about parenting affect how we think about politics? 
How does how we think about technology affect how we think about our own knowledge? 
How does how we think about our past experiences affect how we think about our future experiences? 
This talk explores thinking about thinking across a wide range of domains and the consequences for cognition and behavior.  It will make you think (which may change your thinking in more ways than you think...).
Reception follows in J.S. Coon second floor atrium.


Event Details


  • Wednesday, February 14, 2018
    3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Location: Room 250, J.S. Coon Building, 648 Cherry St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Phone: 404-894-2680

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For More Information Contact

Doby Rahnev, 404-894-2680, dobromir.rahnev@psych.gatech.edu

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