Michael Spezio Co-Authors Nature Paper on Computational Neuroscience of Decision-Making

Michael Spezio, assistant professor of psychology, neuroscience, and data science, co-authored a paper, published in Nature, on the computational neuroscience of decision-making. The study’s authors discovered that “compared to computationally optimal solutions, participants gathered less information before outcome-related decisions when competing than cooperating with others.” The research provides new insights into human social interactions in competitive settings when information is only partially shared.