August 17


05:00 pm - 07:00 pm

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Crossing Party Lines: Portland, OR

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A lot of us believe our decisions are primarily based on a reasoned evaluation of hard data, but new neuroscience research is revealing that we primarily make decisions with our subconscious brain.

In this fun and example-packed presentation, neuroscience researcher Graeme Newell reveals the latest revelations from the science of decision science. You’ll learn to recognize the subtle behavioral clues that a decision may be based on irrational thinking or hidden emotion. Graeme reveals the moments when we’re most vulnerable to biased decision-making and how to get back on track.

Using fun exercises, weird brain games and fascinating science, Graeme takes us on a captivating tour of how our deeply flawed brains form our mostly deeply held beliefs.

No pre-reads for this meeting. Come and enjoy!

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