Watch ISF's First Live Online Webinar Event - RISK, Hosted by Saira Shah
How do we assess risk? Do we control our fear, or does it control us?
On November 11th, ISF held its first live webinar hosted by Saira Shah. She was joined by a panel of experts to discuss the science of RISK and how we process it.
We’ll be adding more interviews to this page in the coming days and weeks, to expand our understanding of this complex subject — and also sharing some of Idries Shah’s related ideas.
Founder and President of Decision Research and Professor of Psychology at the University of Oregon, Paul studies human judgment, decision making, and risk analysis: arithmeticofcompassion.org; www.decisionresearch.org;
The Perception of Risk (Risk, Society and Policy): Slovic, Paul: 9781853835285: Amazon.com: Books
Alice is a professional adventurer who takes risks for a living. Described as ‘Indiana Jones for girls’, she’s cycled from Cape Town to Cairo, run the Marathon of the Sands and the Everest Trail race and was the first woman to trek the 1500 kilometres of the Draa river in Morocco. She currently lives with an extended Moroccan family in a tiny village in the Atlas Mountains.
Alice Morrison books
Tali is a Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL, where she directs the Affective Brain Lab. Her research combines Psychology, Behavioral Economics and Neuroscience to reveal the forces that shape our decisions and beliefs: www.affectivebrain.com
Tali Sharot (Author of The Optimism Bias) - Goodreads
Saira is an author, former reporter with Channel 4 News and a veteran documentary filmmaker whose films have garnered multiple awards, including five Emmys, two BAFTAs and three Royal Television Society awards. In her best-known film, Beneath the Veil (2001), Saira travelled undercover into Afghanistan to document life under the brutal Taliban regime.
WHY FEELINGS - AND DATA - HELP HUMANS RISK
Risk expert David Ropeik tells ISF about why we're struggling with society's complex challenges
Publicado: Nov 13, 2020