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Listen to your heart: How the brain consults the body when facing risky decisions

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Decision-making is an important aspect of everyday life and often involves taking risks. Recent neuroscience research highlights the importance of psychophysiological responses in guiding human choice. This talk will mainly focus on the emotional and physiological signals that occur when humans are facing risky decisions. The presentation will also discuss how these physiological body signals may aid the decision-process in complex situations.

This talk is part of the Darwin College Sciences Group series.

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