LJDM Seminars consist of led paper discussions (classic and new
papers), discussions of LJDM members' work, invited external speakers,
and workshops. These focus on judgment and decision making, judgments of likelihood,
reasoning, thinking, problem solving, forecasting, risk perception/communication,
and other related topics. Please contact the organisers Manos Konstantinidis or Neil Bramley to volunteer to host a session or to suggest a speaker. All are
welcome to attend.
Future talks will be advertised in due course
(for an outline see below). To
be automatically updated, you can subscribe to the risk and decision
mailing list. To subscribe, please click "RISK & DECISION LIST". If you have any problems in registration,
please contact David Hardman
. See the bottom of the page
for old schedules.
Unless specified otherwise, all seminars take place on Wednesdays
at 5pm, in Room 313 at the Psychology Department, University College
London (on the corner of Bedford Way, Gordon Square and Torrington
Place, London WC1).Map
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