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Testing models at the neural level reveals how the brain computes subjective value - new publication by Kerstin Preuschoff

A new study by Prof. Kerstin Preuschoff demonstrates that to understand the mechanisms of valuation in the brain, it is useful to compare models of choice preferences not only at the behavioral but also at the neural level.

The paper was co-authored with Tony B. Williams, Christopher J. Burke, Stephan Nebe, Ernst Fehr, and  Philippe N. Tobler from Zurich Center for Neuroeconomics, University of Zurich, and was published in the prestigious journal PNAS.


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November 8, 2021
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