How social cognition can inform social decision making

  title={How social cognition can inform social decision making},
  author={Victoria K. Lee and Lasana T. Harris},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
Social decision-making is often complex, requiring the decision-maker to make inferences of others' mental states in addition to engaging traditional decision-making processes like valuation and reward processing. A growing body of research in neuroeconomics has examined decision-making involving social and non-social stimuli to explore activity in brain regions such as the striatum and prefrontal cortex, largely ignoring the power of the social context. Perhaps more complex processes may… CONTINUE READING
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