Chapter 5: Biases in decision-making
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No discussion about conflict can be complete without a reference to the human brain and how it responds to conflict. This chapter explores the role of signalling, biases and decision making errors in dispute resolution and how to manage them. It may come as a surprise to some to learn that lawyers are just as prone to such errors as their clients.

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