How social context affects individual’s decision-making process to believe in false information and what are the neural correlates of it?

  5/6/2020

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At TIPS journal club meeting held virtually on May 04, 2020 “How social context affects individual’s decision-making process to believe in false information and what are the neural correlates of it?” presented by Dr. E. Karami, University of Lethbridge, Calgary, Canada.
In this meeting, individual’s decision-making process by focusing on individual contributions in social decision processes, individuals as social products presenter, and individuals as sources of social preferences were presented.