Martina Puppi

Martina Puppi
Università degli Studi di Trento | UNITN · CIMEC - Center for Mind/Brain Sciences

Master of Science in Cognitive Neurosciences

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Individuals learn by comparing the outcome of chosen and un-chosen actions. A negative counterfactual value signal is generated when this comparison is unfavorable. This can happen in private as well as in social settings-where the foregone outcome results from the choice of another person. We hypothesized that despite sharing similar features such...
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https://doi.org/10.1162/jocn_a_01372 - Individuals learn by comparing the outcome of chosen and unchosen actions. A negative counterfactual value signal is generated when this comparison is unfavorable. This can happen in private as well as in social settings—where the foregone outcome results from the choice of another person. We hypothesized th...

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Study investigating the phenomenon of overconfidence in schizophrenia with a triple aim: 1) generalize on previous findings according to which schizophrenics tend to be overconfident in decisions; 2) discriminate whether said overconfidence is to be attributed to a disruption in reporting (explicit confidence) or to a disruption in behavior (implicit confidence); 3) explore the correlation between overconfidence and delusion symptoms.
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Individuals learn by comparing the outcome of chosen and un-chosen actions. A negative counterfactual value signal is generated when this comparison is unfavorable. This can happen in private and in social settings - where the foregone outcome is the outcome of an action chosen by others. We hypothesize that despite sharing similar features such as supporting learning, these two counterfactual signals might implicate distinct brain networks. We conducted a neuropsychological study on the role of private and social counterfactual value signals in decision-making.