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Six Cornell professors examine the nature of decision making, presenting some of the complexities of human minds and social behavior in the contexts of social networking, organ donation, health policy, end-of-life care, drunk driving and food consumption.
Moderated by computing and information science dean Daniel Huttenlocher, the discussion drew on the expertise of Weill Cornell Medical College physician and professor Joseph Fins; psychology professor Thomas Gilovich; human development professor Valerie Reyna; computer science professor Jon Kleinberg; and marketing and nutritional sciences professor Brian Wansink.
The event was part of Big Red by the Bay, a gathering for West Coast Cornellians.