Our brains have evolved to make fast, complex decisions engaging a multitude of brain areas. Using a combination of neuroeconomic tasks and invasive intracranial recordings, we examine how fast, distributed brain activity supports decision-making. In addition, we study related cognitive functions (such as learning, memory, or social behavior) and psychiatric conditions characterized by damaged choice behavior (such as addiction, depression, and anxiety).
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