Electrophysiological recordings in human decision-making
The main goal of the lab is to study the neurobiological basis of human decision-making. To do this, we use a combination of neuroeconomic tasks with recording of neural activity. Specifically, we leverage neurosurgical interventions that are carried out for clinical reasons to record electrophysiological activity directly from the cortical surface or deep in the human brain. This is a pretty unique approach that combines the strengths of directly examining human decisions, which can be complex, with the superb temporal resolution and signal to noise ratio of invasive methods typically limited to animal models.
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