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Reasoning and Decision Making Study Seeks Participants

Betsy Tammaro ’13 has taken a break from watching feminist documentries to write:

Interested in getting paid to think? Reasoning and decisionmaking studies are looking for student participants!

Studies involve doing computer tasks in the Patalano lab in Judd 401

Compensation is $10/session for two ~75 minute sessions.

Contact Betsy Tammaro at etammaro(at)wes to schedule a session after Thanksgiving Break.

Critical Thinking: What Should Wesleyan’s Leaders Know?

Whenever I have to make a crucial decision that will affect the lives of my many devoted friends (minions) I always think the best solution is to just ask the magic 8-ball in a phone, Siri. Evan Scarlett ’14 offers a look at a different method of leadership:

On Monday, October 8th at 8 PM a series of guest speakers will be discussing the importance of critical thinking as well as how it relates to leadership. Speakers include:

Michael Roth ’78
Peter Rutland (Government)
Steven Stemler (Psychology)
Abbey Francis ’14 (Argus Editor-in-Chief)
Mari Jaris ’14 (WSA Vice President)

Food and refreshments will be served.

Date: Monday, October 8
Time: 8 pm
Place: Psi U
Cost: Free