Cognitive and Decision Sciences
The Center for Cognitive and Decision Sciences (CDS) seeks to understand how people of all ages make decisions.
We use computational models, neuroimaging methods, and behavioral experiments to uncover individual and age differences in the cognitive processes underlying decision making. Our goal is to understand how cognitive and affective processes influence decisions and ultimately help individuals to make better choices in everyday life.
You can find an overview article concerning our approach here.
For examples of our work, see:
- Does Aging Affect Decision Making?
- Treffen gut Gelaunte die schlechteren Entscheidungen?
- Wie sich Jung und Alt im Risikoverhalten unterscheiden
If you would like more information about our work or participating in studies, please contact us.
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