Jonah Lehrer's fabrications have already cost him his gig at The New Yorker and an unknown number of future book sales, and now they're cutting into his lucrative sideline as a speaker. Among the gigs he has lost: speaking to college students about ethics in decisionmaking.
On Monday, August 22, Lehrer was scheduled to address new students at Indiana's Earlham College. The speech, titled "How We Decide: The New Science of Decisionmaking," was to have been part of a lecture series co-sponsored by the Robert Simpson Charles Lectureship in Ethics Endowed Fund.
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