Aging and Neuroeconomics : Insights from Research on Neuromodulation of Reward-based Decision Making

@inproceedings{Hauke2007AgingAN,
  title={Aging and Neuroeconomics : Insights from Research on Neuromodulation of Reward-based Decision Making},
  author={Shu-Chen Li Guido Biele Peter N. C. Mohr Hauke},
  year={2007}
}
  • Shu-Chen Li Guido Biele Peter N. C. Mohr Hauke
  • Published 2007
‘Neuroeconomics’ can be broadly defined as the research of how the brain interacts with the environment to make decisions that are functional given individual and contextual constraints. Deciphering such brain-environment transactions requires mechanistic understandings of the neurobiological processes that implement valuedependent decision making. To this end, a common empirical approach is to investigate neural mechanisms of reward-based decision making. Flexible updating of choices and… CONTINUE READING

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