AbstractEveryday life is pervaded by prospects presenting risks and potential rewards, and the ability to decide effectively is critical for survival. Existing literature implicates integrated action of multiple neocortical and subcortical areas, yet the mechanisms underlying risky decision-making remain debated. Here, the processing of elementary prospects, bearing variable potential losses, gains and associated outcome probabilities was investigated through multiple modalities.
|Date of Award||Aug 2012|
Multimodal analysis of the neural correlates of decision making in the context of financial risk
Minati, L. (Author). Aug 2012
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis