We have two main interests. First, our goal is to explore the behavioural and neural correlates of risky decision making in healthy adults. We use a number of imaging techniques (FMRI, MRS) combined with computational modelling techniques to gain a richer understanding of the psychological mechanisms involved in risky decision making. Second, we apply these models to vulnerable individuals (e.g. people at increased risk for depression) with the possibility to develop effective interventions.

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