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Title
Sources of bias in predicting and remembering emotion
Creator
Levine, Linda J
Date Created and/or Issued
2010-02-04
Publication Information
Claremont Graduate University. School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences
Contributing Institution
Claremont Colleges Library
Collection
Lectures on Applied Psychology and Evaluation Science
Rights Information
Physical rights are retained by the institution. Copyright is retained in accordance with U.S. Copyright laws.
Description
We are faced with choices all the time, and a key consideration is often the intensity of the emotional outcome. To assess this, we draw on past experience, where predicted and remembered emotion serve as a road map for decision making. Unfortunately, people tend to overestimate predicted emotion. In this talk, Dr. Linda J. Levine (UC Irvine) discusses potential sources of this bias, as well as the effects of individual differences in predicted and remembered emotion in decision making.
Type
moving image
Format
H264, quicktime
video/f4v
Identifier
lap00069
http://ccdl.claremont.edu/cdm/ref/collection/lap/id/78
Language
English
Subject
Psychology, Applied
Source
Original video: Digital video cassette; 60 minute DVM; recorded symposium presentation titled "Sources of Bias in Predicting and Remembering Emotion" February 4, 2010
Relation
Claremont symposium on applied social psychology
Guest Speaker Series
Claremont Graduate University Lectures on Applied Psychology and Evaluation Science - https://ccdl.claremont.edu/digital/collection/lap

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