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  • Columbia Card Task

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  • Columbia Card Task
    both children and adults because of a usually transient dominance of the affective over the cognitive control network We developed the Columbia Card Task CCT to investigate developmental changes and individual differences in healthy individuals across the life span and in populations such as substance users The CCT enables us to compare affect based versus deliberative risky decisions and their triggering mechanisms as well as predictors of risk taking such

    Original URL path: http://vlab2.gsb.columbia.edu/columbia-card-task.php?h (2014-12-30)
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  • Columbia Card Task
    of the CCT available including Full length and shortened versions e g without any additional questions after the main task Online and offline versions Mac and PC versions Time Pressure version in each round a timer counts down from a specified time and proceeds automatically to the next round when the time runs out Affect measurement version after each round the participant is asked about his or her affective experience

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  • Columbia Card Task
    rounds HOT version starting with instruction and practice COLD version starting with instruction and practice If you prefer to start the real rounds immediately then use these links instead HOT version starting with real rounds COLD version starting with real rounds Disregard the content of the payment page last page of the task as you are only testing the task and your data will not be used for our research

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  • Columbia Card Task
    round participants played in the fMRI behavioral and practice sessions of this CCT version here This data includes the exact parameters number of cards amount of gains losses probability of loss etc per round If you want to get a

    Original URL path: http://vlab2.gsb.columbia.edu/columbia-card-task.php?d (2014-12-30)
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  • Columbia Card Task
    Columbia Card Task Journal of Experimental Psychology 35 3 709 730 Figner B Murphy R O 2011 Using skin conductance in judgment and decision making research In M Schulte Mecklenbeck A Kuehberger R Ranyard Eds A handbook of process tracing methods for decision research pp 163 184 New York NY Psychology Press Figner B Weber E U in press Who takes risk when and why Determinants of risk taking Current

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  • Columbia Card Task
    Under construction

    Original URL path: http://vlab2.gsb.columbia.edu/columbia-card-task.php?u (2014-12-30)
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  • Columbia Card Task
    designer Dr Bernd Figner Bernd Figner PhD Research Scientist Behavioural Science Institute and Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging Radboud University Nijmegen Montessorilaan 3 6525 HR Nijmegen The Netherlands b dot

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