Non-conscious vs. deliberate dynamic decision-making—a pilot experiment

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Grössler, A.; Rouwette, E.A.J.A.; Vennix, J.A.M.; Größler, A.;

The purpose of this paper is to explore the effects of non-conscious vs. deliberate ways of making decisions in a dynamic decision-making task. An experimental setting is used to study this question; three experimental groups are distinguished: immediate decision-making... View more
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