Powerpoint slides for the book

The preface to the book indicates that presentation slides for the various chapters are available at the Blackwell website. That's not yet the case, because I've been very late in drawing up the slides. However, as of today (20 January 2009) the slides have been sent to the publishers. I don't know how much further processing they need to do, but I'm sure it will not now belong before the Blackwell website for the book is up and running.
In the meantime, I am willing to email lecturers my copies of the slides (minus artwork) if that is of help. Send your request, with your university email address, to d.hardman@londonmet.ac.uk

Monday, 9 March 2009

JDM classroom examples

On the mailing list for the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Jonathan Baron has compiled a list of teaching examples suggested by colleagues. These can be found here.

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