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Neural mechanisms of selective exposure: An EEG study on the processing of decision-consistent and inconsistent information

Fischer, Peter ; Reinweber, Matthias ; Vogrincic, Claudia ; Schäfer, Axel ; Schienle, A. ; Volberg, Gregor


Decision makers tend to prefer decision-consistent information and/or neglect decision-inconsistent information (selective exposure). In the present EEG study the neural mechanisms of the classic selective exposure effect were examined by investigating oscillatory brain responses to consistent vs. inconsistent information. Twenty participants made an economic decision and subsequently were ...


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