Tests exist for evaluating personality, intelligence and memory. However, up to now, it was not easily possible to find out how good someone is at making decisions in risky situations.
Methamphetamine users showed less sensitivity to risk and reward in one region of the brain and greater sensitivity in other brain regions compared with non-users when performing an exercise involving risky decision making. Deficien... Read Post
From high-stakes gambling in a casino to deciding whether or not to buy an airplane ticket today or wait for a possible seat sale, our processes for making decisions involving risk show distinct patterns. A new study from the Univer... Read Post