Quick as a BLINK: an ultrarapid analogue of Iowa Gambling Task decision making.

@article{Peatfield2012QuickAA,
  title={Quick as a BLINK: an ultrarapid analogue of Iowa Gambling Task decision making.},
  author={Nicholas A. Peatfield and Oliver H. Turnbull and John Parkinson and James Intriligator},
  journal={Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology},
  year={2012},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={243-55}
}
Over the past decade, the decision-making task of Bechara, Damasio, Damasio, and Anderson (1994) , otherwise known as the Iowa Gambling Task (or IGT), has been employed in several hundred published studies. This task has helped to elucidate the nature of normal and abnormal decision making. However, the IGT has also proven time consuming to administer and difficult to employ in some clinical settings. The present study presents a novel measure that drastically reduces the time required for task… CONTINUE READING
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