When decisions of others matter to me: an electrophysiological analysis

@inproceedings{MarcoPallars2009WhenDO,
  title={When decisions of others matter to me: an electrophysiological analysis},
  author={Josep Marco-Pallar{\'e}s and Ulrike M. Kr{\"a}mer and Saskia Strehl and Andrea Schr{\"o}der and Thomas F M{\"u}nte},
  booktitle={BMC Neuroscience},
  year={2009}
}
Actions of others may have immediate consequences for oneself. We probed the neural responses associated with the observation of another person's action using event-related potentials in a modified gambling task. In this task a "performer" bet either a higher or lower number and could win or lose this amount. Three different groups of "observers" were also studied. The first (neutral) group simply observed the performer's action, which had no consequences for the observers. In the second… CONTINUE READING
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