Framing effect following bilateral amygdala lesion

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Talmi, Deborah; Hurlemann, René; Patin, Alexandra; Dolan, Raymond J.;
  • Publisher: Pergamon Press
  • Journal: Neuropsychologia,volume 48,issue 6,pages1,823-1,827 (issn: 0028-3932, eissn: 1873-3514)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2010.03.005, pmc: PMC2877879
  • Subject: Emotion | Urbach-Wiethe | Decision making | Experimental and Cognitive Psychology | Behavioral Neuroscience | Risk | Rationality | Cognitive Neuroscience | Brain-lesion | Article

A paradigmatic example of an emotional bias in decision making is the framing effect, where the manner in which a choice is posed – as a potential loss or a potential gain – systematically biases an ensuing decision. Two fMRI studies have shown that the activation in th... View more
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