Bad Moves: How Decision Making Goes Wrong, and the Ethics of Smart Drugs

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Making decisions is such a regular activity that it is mostly taken for granted. However, damage or abnormality in the areas of the brain involved in decision-making can severely affect personality and the ability to manage even simple tasks. Here, Barbara Sahakian and Jamie Nicole LaBuzetta discuss the process of normal decision making - our strategies for making decisions, biases that affect us, and influential factors - and then describe the abnormal patterns found in patients with conditions such as severe depression, ...

Bad Moves: How Decision Making Goes Wrong, and the Ethics of Smart Drugs 2015, Oxford University Press, USA, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780199668489

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Bad Moves: How decision making goes wrong, and the ethics of smart drugs 2013, Oxford University Press, Oxford

ISBN-13: 9780199668472

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