Yarn, Doug: Using Biological Knowledge to Mediator’s Advantage – Video

Doug Yarn talks about people biologically having both a taste for cooperation and competition, and how as a mediator, one might use that knowledge to move forward with parties.

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Doug Yarn

Doug Yarn teaches in the areas of conflict resolution and professional responsibility and serves as Executive Director of the Consortium on Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, a leading inter-university, multi-disciplinary theory-building center. He has taught at the law schools of Emory University and University of Georgia and in the civil engineering… MORE >

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