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Nov 11, 2014 by Amanda McLaughlin (alm113)
PHIL 6253 : Cognitive Science and Public Policy
Tue, 11 Nov 2014 09:14:14 GMT
Wed, 05 Nov 2014 21:51:47 GMT
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Cognitive Science and Public Policy
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The cognitive sciences are providing new insights into the nature of human decision making at an accelerating pace. Cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, neuroeconomics, evolutionary psychology, and developmental and comparative psychology are rewriting theories about human nature with significant implications for public policy. The course examines recent work in the cognitive sciences with the intent of drawing out its public policy implications.
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