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Heuristics and Biases at the Bargaining Table
(Marquette Law Review, 2004)
In this essay, written for a symposium on The Emerging Interdisciplinary Cannon of Negotiation, we examine the role of heuristics in negotiation from two vantage points. First, we identify the way in which some common ...
Risk Realization, Emotion, and Policy Making
(Missouri Law Review, 2004)
In their study of terrorism and SARS, Professor Feigenson and his colleagues report "significant positive correlations between people's risk perceptions and their negative affect." In their review of the judgment and ...
Insights from Cognitive Psychology
(Journal of Legal Education, 2004)
My goal in this paper is to explore cognitive psychology's place in the dispute resolution field. To do so, I first look back and then look forward. Looking back, I identify the five insights from cognitive psychology that ...