How Decision-Making Science Can Make You a Better Arbitrator

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Session ID: 22PRW006

How Decision-Making Science Can Make You a Better Arbitrator


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Faculty and Summary

Ralph A.Weber

Weber Advising LLC
Wauwatosa, WI

35 Minutes

Decision-making science reveals how silent mental shortcuts (heuristics) like confirmation bias, anchoring, and affect, together with premature reliance on intuition can lead judges and arbitrators astray.  Fortunately, Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman and his colleagues offer insights into how patience, humility, and process improve our thinking. This presentation provides an overview of the research and specific steps for better decision-making.  

This program does not qualify for the AAA's annual Arbitrator Continuing Education (ACE) requirement.  Please register for ACE 23 - Arbitrator Safety and Security.


CLE Information:

The AAA does not offer CLE in any jurisdiction for our online programs, but you may be able to use a copy of the certificate available at the conclusion of the course to submit for CLE credit on your own (we recommend that you confirm availability of CLE in your jurisdiction for this type of course).


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