Saturday, December 29, 2007

What Can We Learn from Neuroeconomics? How the Investing Brain Predicts the Future

In this webcast, Jason Zweig discusses the following:

  • The prediction addiction: Why do you think they call it "dopamine?"
  • What happens in your brain when your expectations are confirmed — or shattered by surprise

This webcast comprises a 51-minute presentation and an 11-minute question-and-answer session.


1 comment:

budlab said...

Rational Framing of decisions takes time, elaboration, and elimination.

Like Jason, I study the behaviors. I try to focus on the area of successful practioner framing of Buffett and Munger in my book
"The Four Filters Invention of Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger"

Here is an abridged version of my book in pdf form.

My contact information is in the file. I appreciate your feedback.