Panel 5: Social learning and decision making
Saturday, 11:10am – 1:15pm
Decision making often relies on social information, like observed behaviors or explicit advice. This session examines results of modeling and neuroimaging experiments that shed light on how social information influences different stages of the decision making process, such as the integration of social and first hand information or the evaluation of decision outcomes.
- Peter Hammerstein
Responsible Scientists for this panel: Guido Biele, Dar Meshi, Christoph Korn