Underlying decision making processes on Iowa Gambling Task.

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Summary of "Underlying decision making processes on Iowa Gambling Task."

Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) assesses decision making in uncertain conditions. Several studies have reported impaired performance on IGT in various clinical population compared to healthy normal. However, some researchers have reported incongruent findings from the basic assumptions of IGT in healthy normal. Our aim was to examine the possible decision making processes on IGT.


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Name: Asian journal of psychiatry
ISSN: 1876-2026
Pages: 63-69


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