How the Brain Makes Decisions Under Uncertainty, Part 1 - 2014

March 29, 2014

In order to make decisions about what action to take in uncertain situations, the brain needs to be able to make estimates about the future consequences of taking particular actions. In this program, Dr. Jeansok Kim discusses how rodent brains interpret risk/value outcomes in the lab.

Jeansok Kim, Ph.D. — Professor of Psychology, University of Washington