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Reducing Your Biases: How Not to Try

Reducing Your Biases: How Not to Try

An important part of critical thinking is recognizing our susceptibility to various kinds of distorting biases in reasoning, and reducing the effects of those biases if we can. But there is considerable reason to believe that the seemingly obvious ways of doing this are probably not effective — indeed, they may well increase the effects of biases on our reasoning. We will discuss what this means both for individual thinkers and for the larger project of public education.

Where: The Bahen Centre for Information Technology- 40 St George Street (Room 2135)

When: Friday November 16th, 7pm

How Much: $10 General/$5 Students/FREE for Members.

MEMBERS: Please RSVP [masked] to reserve your space.

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  • Ivan F.

    Pls note this event has been updated with the correct date.

    November 8, 2012

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