How We Make Decisions: The Neuroscience of Decision Making(BEUHS042)

How We Make Decisions: The Neuroscience of Decision Making(BEUHS042) Workshop | January 27 | 12:10-1:30 p.m. | Tang Center, University Health Services, Section Club Speaker/Performer: Ming Hsu, Assistant Professor, Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute Sponsor: CARE Services for Faculty and Staff How do we make decisions about what matters most to us – money, time, and social relationships? What are the neural circuits and genes that shape these decisions that have profound effects on our life outcomes? What happens when these systems go awry? This workshop will discuss past findings and future directions from the nascent field of neuroeconomics and consumer neuroscience on these topics, including:(i) the basic science of the biology of decision-making,(ii) Assessment and interventions of dysfunctions in these systems(iii) challenges and opportunities in both science and application. Event Contact:…


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