Professor Hal Hershfield – The Psychology of Your Future Self
Professor Hershfield's Session Is Available Until Friday, 18th September @ 5pm BST.
Professor Hal Hershfield is a Researcher and Associate Professor of Marketing, Behavioural Decision Making, and Psychology at UCLA. While he was a Ph.D. student at Stanford University, his research concentrated on the psychology of long-term decision-making and how time affects people’s lives. One of Hershfield’s most well known discoveries suggests that when people are confronted with their “future selves” they experience an emotional sense of connection that can influence long-term decision-making. In this session, we explore the psychology of your future self, and how to use the key insights from Hal’s research to make better long term decisions and lasting changes in your life.
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