- 18 Apr 2019
- 11 h 30 min - 12 h 30 min
- INCC Seminar Series
The role of confidence in self-regulated decision making, by Nicolas Yeung
People are capable of finely calibrated evaluations of their own decisions–they often know when they have made an error and express graded confidence judgments that validly predict their objective accuracy. I will present explorations of the cognitive and neural basis of these confidence judgements, and their role in regulating decision processes: Knowing which decisions to make, when to seek feedback or advice, and who to trust when asking for advice.