University of Texas School of Law

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The Psychology and Biology of Decision-Making

Contains material from May 2019

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So much of the practice of law, and anyone’s professional duties, involves decision-making, and convincing others to make better decisions based upon fact rather than emotion. Focus on how people involuntarily make decisions and how to recognize and prevent bias as well as how to effectively communicate with persons whose bias affects others.
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Total Credit Hours:
0.75 | 0.75 ethics     Credit Info
Specialization: Administrative Law | Oil, Gas and Mineral Law | Real Estate Law

TX MCLE credit expires: 5/31/2020

Includes: Video Audio Slides

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1. Me? Biased? The Psychology and Biology of Decision-Making (May 2019)

Claude E. Ducloux

0.75 0.75 0.00 0.75 | 0.75 ethics  

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Video (mp4) 53 mins
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Slides (pdf) 30 pgs

SESSION 1 — 53 mins, credit 0.75 | 0.75 ethics

Session 1:

Me? Biased? The Psychology and Biology of Decision-Making (May 2019)

So much of the practice of law, and anyone’s professional duties, involves decision-making, and convincing others to make better decisions based upon fact rather than emotion. Focus on how people involuntarily make decisions and how to recognize and prevent bias as well as how to effectively communicate with persons whose bias affects others.

Originally presented at: Apr 2019 Land Use Conference

Claude E. Ducloux, Attorney at Law, LawPay - Austin, TX