On 11 April 2019 the Seminar “Prompted Rationality Seminar: Bridging science, design and policy in promoting autonomous choice for societal benefits” will take place in Utrecht.
Prompted Rationality Seminar: Bridging science, design and policy in promoting autonomous choice for societal benefits
The Prompted Rationality consortium is a multidisciplinary group of researchers from Utrecht University, Erasmus University Rotterdam, and the Technical University Eindhoven. Their research is geared towards understanding how the concepts of autonomy and empathy can inform public policy arrangements that support people in making choices that balance their personal interest with societal benefit.
On 11 April 2019, the consortium presents their first Seminar, which will explore the relevance of autonomous choice and empathy for developing new public policies. The program includes two keynote addresses with prominent consortium members as discussants and a panel debate on the implications for specific public policy cases.
Introduction (Prof. dr. Denise de Ridder)
Prof. dr. Christian Keysers (Underlying principles of PR: Empathy and Embodied situated cognition)
Reflection PR consortium -- Prof. dr. Paul Leseman
Discussion with audience led by Prof. dr. Henk Aarts
Prof. dr. Ralph Hertwig (Implications of PR perspective: Autonomy & empathy in public policy)
Reflection PR consortium -- Prof. dr. Janneke Gerards
Discussion with audience led by Prof. dr. Lars Tummers
Panel discussion with speakers and experts on the case of vaccination, led by Prof. dr. Denise de Ridder
About the keynote speakers:
Keysers is Department Head at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience, where he leads the Social Brain Lab. In addition, he is also full professor for...
Application is open for all who are interested. If you wish to join us, you can register by using the following link: Prompted Rationality Seminar_April 11th 2019.