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Kathleen Mosier
The reference for the study on cognitive complexity of presidents is below. I see that it was written before Reagan was president, so I must be mis-remembering that part. Phil Tetlock was one of my professors at UC Berkeley, and he may have talked about later presidents (e.g., Reagan) during his lectures. In any case, […]
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Kathleen Mosier
Just got back from the Human Factors & Ergonomics Society conference in New York City. The conference hotel was in Times Square, and it was hopping! New York is an amazing place. I think most of the tourists were from other countries – taking advantage of the de-valued dollar as it tanks even more after […]
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Kathleen Mosier
Last week I was pleased to make connections with two members of the Cognitive Edge network: Julian Still and Gloria Fox. Julian was in California to meet with coordinators of an MBA in Sustainable Enterprise program – a wonderful new and green slant on organizational social responsibility that is growing quickly on the US west […]
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Kathleen Mosier
My thoughts these past few weeks have been occupied with the US political process, as the democrats and then the republicans hold their respective conventions. I always wonder how people outside of the US perceive our political system – what do you make of the posturing and posing that American candidates exhibit (some more than […]
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Kathleen Mosier
I’m just back from camping in the mountains of California near Lake Tahoe – a great place to re-orient your priorities. We saw redwoods, stars in the night sky, and an eagle battling an osprey for a fish dinner. So – back to home, and thinking about work to be done. We’re thinking of changing […]
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Kathleen Mosier
I’m awaiting the arrival of friends from Paris – I was there during a terrible August heat wave several years ago, and will be happy to welcome them to our Oakland summer temperature of about 70 deg! I’m sure they won’t miss the Parisian heat. I’ve gotten some good suggestions for making sense of the […]
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Kathleen Mosier
I’m not sure what my guest blogs are going to look like – it’s hard for an academic to let the thoughts flow, so to speak, without thinking about what the reviewers will say… As I said earlier, I’m excited about using the Cognitive Edge techniques in my research. As a first crack at it, […]
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