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Individual Differences in Probabilistic Situation Representation (Evidence from Iowa Gambling Task)
Cognitive Sciences and Technologies: From Neuron to Cognition
Every day we make many decisions. Most of our decisions we make in a space of probabilities. We make our choices in conditions of incomplete certainty in any outcomes. The main purpose of the study is to reveal individual differences in decision-making process under uncertainty and preconditions for successful performance. The study investigate different components of representations of an ambiguous situation, individual differences in the process of building-up such representations and their changes during full cycle of decision making in the task with probabilistic structure and material gains, which is known as Iowa Gambling Task.