Workshops & Courses

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This one-day workshop reviews how behavioral economics is applied to design across a variety of products. Examples of good and bad (e.g., addictive) UX design are discussed, and as a group we consider ways mindfulness theory can be integrated in the design of products to allow users greater control of their experiences in a manner that both upholds user integrity and business objectives.


The Human Face and its Role in Our Everyday Judgments and Decisions is a recurring graduate-level course designed to introduce students outside of psychology to the field of face perception, particularly how it relates to social judgments and behavior. Students are introduced to current research within the fields of face perception and social cognition in a discussion-based seminar.