Authors

Chris Guthrie

Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Journal of Legal Education

Publication Date

2004

Page Number

42

Keywords

cognitive psychology, decision making, dispute resolution

Disciplines

Dispute Resolution and Arbitration | Law

Abstract

My goal in this paper is to explore cognitive psychology's place in the dispute resolution field. To do so, I first look back and then look forward. Looking back, I identify the five insights from cognitive psychology that have had the biggest impact on my own dispute resolution teaching and scholarship. Looking forward, I identify my five hopes for the future of cognitive psychology in the dispute resolution field.

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