Scattered, Episode 19 – Cognitive Bias and Forensic Anthropology

Scattered, Episode 19 is now live!

I reached out to Sherry on a whim. She is a Lecturer in Crime and Forensic Science at University College London Centre for the Forensic Sciences, and she’s doing some really neat stuff regarding cognitive bias and how it may impact decision-making in forensic contexts.

Now I just want to sit and have a pint with her!

Scattered Episode 19: Cognitive Bias and Forensic Anthropology – Interview with Dr. Sherry Nakhaeizadeh

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