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Neural mechanisms of value-based decision-making: intracranial investigations in humans

on the January 10, 2019

Seminar by Mathias Pessiglione (Motivation, Brain and Behavior Lab, Institut du Cerveau et de la Moëlle épinière, Paris).

Decision neuroscience in humans heavily relies on fMRI studies, which have identified a so-called brain valuation system. In this talk, I will compare the functional properties of value signals identified with fMRI versus intra-cranial recordings. Converging results provide a solid basis for understanding how the human brain makes a decision, and provide insights into several types of choice bias, such as the influence of mood fluctuations on risk attitude.

Host: Julien Bastin.

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