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Metacognition in Deliberate and Arbitrary Choices

Project Description

This project explores how the timing of people’s judgment of their own actions and intentions change across types of decisions. Based on Libet’s work in 1983 and 1985, we aim to explore whether neural activities can be decoded and used to predict when people make deliberate choices (such as choosing between appealing and unappealing drinks), as well as which choice will be made.