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Life shrouds most choices in mystery.
A new study provides intriguing insight into the way that humans approach novel situations.
New research by David Badre, assistant professor of cognitive and linguistic sciences at Brown University, and colleagues at the University of Californiaâ€“Berkeley suggests that the frontal cortex may have a larger role in decision-making in unfamiliar situations.
Brown University's David Badre, an assistant professor of cognitive and linguistic sciences, and colleagues at the University of Californiaâ€“Berkeley mapped parts of the brain that control abstract or concrete decision making by studying stroke patients.
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