Heuristic Representative Biases---Why Jurors Decide Cases Contrary to the Facts

With: Gregory S. Cusimano

Heuristic Representative Biases---Why Jurors Decide Cases Contrary to the Facts

Session#: 415-036

Advocacy Track: Neuroscience and the Law---Using Nobel Prize Winning Theories for Preparation and Trial of a Case

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