What are people with Parkinson's disease really impaired on when it comes to making decisions? A meta-analysis of the evidence
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AuthorsRyterska, A; Jahanshahi, M; Osman, M
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LUDWICZAK, AGATA (Queen Mary University of London, 2016-08-24)Effort-based decision-making is an instance of value-based decision-making in which effort is the main cost associated with obtaining rewards. Despite the fact that we engage in this process on a daily basis, many assumptions ...
Impact of a Lung Cancer Screening Information Film on Informed Decision-making: A Randomized Trial. Ruparel, M; Quaife, SL; Ghimire, B; Dickson, JL; Bhowmik, A; Navani, N; Baldwin, DR; Duffy, S; Waller, J; Janes, SM (2019-06)Rationale: Lung cancer screening has the potential to save lives, but it also carries a risk of potential harms. Explaining the benefits and harms of screening in a way that is balanced and comprehensible to individuals ...
Impact of communication on first treatment decisions in people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis. Manzano, A; Eskytė, I; Ford, HL; Bekker, HL; Potrata, B; Chataway, J; Schmierer, K; Pepper, G; Meads, D; Webb, EJ (2020-05-13)OBJECTIVE: Disease-Modifying Treatments (DMTs) have contributed to a new clinical landscape for people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (pwRRMS). A challenge for services is how to support DMT decisions with ...