Effect of Modulating Activity of DLPFC and Gender on Search Behavior: A tDCS Experiment.

Effect of Modulating Activity of DLPFC and Gender on Search Behavior: A tDCS Experiment.
Related ArticlesEffect of Modulating Activity of DLPFC and Gender on Search Behavior: A tDCS Experiment. Front Hum Neurosci. 2018;12:325 Authors: Yang X, Lin Y, Gao M, Jin X Abstract Studies of search behavior have shown that individuals stop searching earlier and accept a lower point than predicted by the optimal, risk-neutral stopping rule. This behavior may be related to individual risk preferences. Studies have also found correlativity between risk preferences and the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC). As risk attitude plays a crucial role in search behavior, we studied whether modulating the activity of DLPFC, by using a transcranial direct current ... read more