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2016 Webinar: Sensory Perceptions of Demonstrative Evidence: Research Findings

Date: 03/29/2016

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Presented by Stephen Mader

This visually-rich webinar will present findings on how non-medically trained viewers – jurors as well as judges and adjustors – perceive, interpret and retain key information and elements of demonstrative evidence and forms of it. It will discuss learning styles and the inherent characteristics of medical demonstrative evidence that appeal to visual learning. 

Through the exploration of case examples, and research findings, participants will learn: what factors are taken into consideration when visually communicating complex technical issues; the sensory and cognitive perceptions that allow for commonality (and differences) amongst litigation participants; and effective ways to maximize engagement and retention in personal injury case proceedings.


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