Communicating, Understanding and Using Uncertain Information in Everyday Decisions, Part 1 - 2014

April 2, 2014

When making important decisions involving uncertainty in domains in which we are not familiar, we often have access to information about the relevant uncertainty that is provided by experts. Ever wonder if you should take an umbrella in the morning or how much weight to give a snow forecast? Dr. Susan Joslyn’s talk will help you understand what the “experts” are talking about and how to interpret their information.

Susan Joslyn, Ph.D. — Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Washington