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Das Bild zeigt rechts ein Trichterglas mit blauer Flüssigkeit und Glasstab zum Umrühren. Daneben steht ein Reagenzglasständer mit Reagenzgläsern, die ebenfalls blaue Flüssigkeit enthalten. Im Hintergrund ist ein Forscher zu sehen, der in der rechten Hand eine Pipette hält.

Anticipated emotions in self-control (SFB 940, DFG)

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Anticipated emotions in self-control (SFB 940, DFG)

The project "Anticipated Emotioons in Self-Control" is concerned with how human decision-making behavior is realized. The specific goal of this study is to find out which components (emotions, physical sensations) play a role in decision-making and how they contribute to people's stable situation- and time-independent behavior. The data obtained will be used to create a mathematical decision model that can be used to make predictions about a person's decision type. Since dysfunctional decision patterns form a basis for the development of psychiatric disorders, such a model can help in the future to make tailored statements in the context of clinical diagnoses and thus contribute to a better treatment success and clinical prognosis. 

Members: Prof. Dr. phil. Thomas Goschke (TU Dresden); Dr. rer. nat. Franziska M. Korb (TU Dresden); Professor Dr. Dr. Henrik Walter (CCM), Anne-Carolin Krähe, B.Sc. (CCM, TU Dresden)
Head: Dr. rer. medic. J. Kruschwitz, habil., Dipl.-Psych. (CCM) 
Funding: SFB940/3 “Volition and Cognitive Control” - DFG

contact: Dr. rer. medic. J. Kruschwitz, habil., Dipl.-Psych. (CCM)