Op-Ed: The Justice System and Human Behavior

Much of The Dialogues’ work is concerned with historical and collective memory; understanding how memory and human behavior are linked is, therefore, vital to our understanding, as a community, what drives actions and judgments, especially within the justice system.

In an Op-Ed for The New York Times, Adam Benforado examines how the long-held American understanding of human nature has influenced our justice system, and how flawed that system may be, now that psychology has edged closer to discovering how the human mind makes decisions.

See the opinion piece here