How We Decide


Do decisions made by friends or family members sometimes make you wonder. . .?  Have you ever scratched your head about some decision that you’ve made?  Why aren’t we always rational?  The quality of our lives depends upon a variety of decisions that we make—interpersonal, financial, political, moral, and lots more—but is our thinking always logical?  This seminar, building on recent findings in cognitive science, will develop some key foundational insights regarding human decision-making.  People learn best through interactions; come prepared to join enlivened discussions by reading How We Decide by Jonah Lehrer prior to the seminar.

Required Reading: How We Decide by Jonah Lehrer. Mariner Books, 2010. ISBN: 0547247990

Roger Johnson is a retired clinical psychologist who worked for Kaiser Permanente, a large healthcare organization in California, as a consultant, manager and clinician.  He has a PhD from Fuller School of Psychology and an MBA from the University of California at Irvine.  His focus for the past several years has been on designing and leading engaging adult workshops regarding psychological dynamics for professionals in the Silicon Valley.


Date: 
Sunday, September 9, 2018 to Friday, September 14, 2018
Fee(s): 
$895 double; $1,175 single; $450 commuter
Topic(s): 
Psychology

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