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Decision Making under Uncertainty

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Decision Making under Uncertainty
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Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
ISBN-13: 9782889194667
Number of pages: 144

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Little is known about how different forms of uncertainty, such as risk or ambiguity, are processed and learned about and how they are integrated with expected rewards and individual preferences throughout the decision making process. With this book we aim to provide a deeper and more detailed understanding of the processes behind decision making under uncertainty.

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