Influence of Working Memory and Cognitive Flexibility in Performance of the Balloon Analogue Risk task

@inproceedings{ArenyBalaguer2015InfluenceOW,
  title={Influence of Working Memory and Cognitive Flexibility in Performance of the Balloon Analogue Risk task},
  author={Marina Areny-Balaguer{\'o} and Alberto Garc{\'i}a-Molina and Teresa Roig-Rovira and Josep Mar{\'i}a Tormos and Merc{\`e} J{\'o}dar Vicente},
  year={2015}
}
A number of studies have raised the importance of certain executive functions such as attention, cognitive flexibility, response inhibition, and working memory in decision-making. The purpose of this study is to prove whether or not working memory and cognitive flexibility, capacities present in decision-making, can explain the changes in the performance of patients with acquired brain damage in Balloon Analogue Risk Task (BART). 73 patients with adult Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) were assessed… CONTINUE READING

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