What if, contrary to popular belief, our experiences in life actually narrowed our perspective rather than broadening it? And what if, in this digital era, the range of information available to us were shrinking rather than expanding – thereby aggravating […]
Emre Soyer and Robin Hogarth
Emre Soyer is a behavioral scientist and assistant professor of judgment and decision-making in the Business Faculty at Turkey’s Ozyegin University. His articles have been published in Harvard Business Review and MIT Sloan Management Review, and he has given TEDxOZU and TEDxIstanbul talks. In addition to teaching and researching, Soyer consults for organizations about behavioral strategies, decision-making, creativity, entrepreneurship and experimental methods and is working with Robin M. Hogarth on a related book. ================= Robin M. Hogarth is a cognitive psychologist and emeritus professor in the Department of Economics and Business at Barcelona’s Pompeu Fabra University. He is a Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science and one of the founders of judgment and decision making literature, with more than a hundred influential research articles and six books on the topic to his name. From 1979 to 2001 he served on the faculty of the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago, where his positions included Deputy Dean, Director of the Center for Decision Research and Wallace W. Booth Professor of Behavioral Science.