Reinforcement Learning and Attention in Decision Making

Brief description of study

The purpose of this study is to investigate how decisions are shaped by the way the brain processes information leading to these decisions. In particular, the researchers are studying which of the available information subjects internalize, learn, retain, and use at different times when making a decision. You will be asked to make decisions at a computer. Before making a decision, you will be presented with information to a varying degree, and the timing of information presentation, as well as the time allowed to make a decision may also vary.

Clinical Study Identifier: s20-00006
Principal Investigator: Paul W. Glimcher.
Other Investigator: Stefan F Bucher.

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