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Introduction Week 3

In this week we will explore more aspects that can be integrated in models of human decision making.
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In the previous weeks you have been introduced to the modelling of decision-making, and did a number of exercises with models that included exploration, information exchange and normative influences.

However, many more aspects are of importance in human decision making, such as habits and different needs. In this week we will introduce you to models integrating more aspects of decision making that are being used in studying real cases.

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