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1: Behavioral Approaches.
2: Surprise: A belief or an emotion?.
3: The impact of affect on willingness-to-pay and desired-set-size.
4: Role of affect in decision making.
5: Mind the gap? Description, experience, and the continuum of uncertainty in risky choice.
6: The Boundaries of Instance-Based Learning Theory for Explaining Decisions from Experience.
7: The experience–description gap and the role of the inter decision interval.
8: Attention in Preferential Choice.
9: Spoken Language and the Decision to Move The Eyes: To What Extent Are Language-Mediated Eye Movements Automatic?.
10: The Influence of Probability Format on Elicited Certainty Equivalents.
11: On the Evaluation of Cultural And Environmental Public Goods, And Its Implications for Social Innovation.
12: The Effect of Analytic And Experiential Modes of Thought on Moral Judgment.
13: Understanding Consumer Decisions Using Behavioral Economics.
14: Neural and computational approaches.
15: Contextual And Social Influences on Valuation And Choice.
16: Understanding Decision Neuroscience: A Multidisciplinary Perspective and Neural Substrates.
17: Why Bother With the Brain? A Role for Decision Neuroscience in Understanding Strategic Variability.
18: Neural Coding of Computational Factors Affecting Decision Making.
19: Brain Mechanisms Controlling Decision Making and Motor Planning.
20: Development of Cognitive and Affective Control Networks and Decision Making.
21: An Attentional Theory of Emotional Influences on Risky Decisions.
22: A model of the neural substrates for exploratory dynamics in basal ganglia.
23: The effect of novelty on reinforcement learning.
24: Medial prefrontal cortex and the adaptive regulation of reinforcement learning parameters.
25: Relativized hierarchical decomposition of Markov decision processes.
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