Dynamics of Decision Making: from evidence to preference and belief
by Marius Usher (ed.)
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA 2014
Number of pages: 260
This volume aims to review and further explore the time course of a decision - from how prior beliefs are formed to how those beliefs are used and updated over time, towards the formation of preferences and choices and post-decision processes and effects.
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