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Guest lecture on “The Human Element in Forensic Science” by Dr. Itiel Dror, Ph.D.

West Virginia University’s Department of Forensic and Investigative Sciences Forensic Graduate Seminar invites you to attend this guest lecture on January 29, 2021 at noon via Zoom.

Itiel Dror (Ph.D. Harvard) is a cognitive neuroscientist who is interested in the cognitive architecture that underpins expert decision making. Dror's research, published in over 130 research articles, demonstrated how contextual information can influence judgments and decision making of experts. He has worked in a variety of domains, from policing and aviation, to medical experts and bankers, showing that even hard working and competent experts can make unintentional errors in evaluating data. Dr. Dror has worked with many agencies in various countries to minimize error and enhance decision making. More information is at: www.cci-hq.com  

JOIN US to learn from this prominent speaker on a topic of great interest to forensics!

WHEN: Friday January 29th, 2021

TIME: noon

LOCATION: online, via zoom (email Dr. Tatiana Trejos at Tatiana.trejos@mail.wvu.edu for zoom link access)