Integrating Biosignals into Information Systems: A NeuroIS Tool for Improving Emotion Regulation

@article{Astor2014IntegratingBI,
  title={Integrating Biosignals into Information Systems: A NeuroIS Tool for Improving Emotion Regulation},
  author={Philipp J. Astor and Marc Thomas Philipp Adam and Petar Jercic and Kristina Schaaff and Christof Weinhardt},
  journal={Journal of Management Information Systems},
  year={2014},
  volume={30},
  pages={247 - 278}
}
Traders and investors are aware that emotional processes can have material consequences on their financial decision performance. However, typical learning approaches for debiasing fail to overcome emotionally driven financial dispositions, mostly because of subjects' limited capacity for self-monitoring. Our research aims at improving decision makers' performance by (1) boosting their awareness to their emotional state and (2) improving their skills for effective emotion regulation. To that end… Expand
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