Most of us believe that two heads are better than one.
Most of us believe that two heads are better than one. We also agree that too many cooks spoil the broth. What is it about people making decisions together that is captured by these contradictory yet intuitive ideas? The talk will explore this question from a number of different directions at dyadic (n=2), group (3<n<8) and crowd (1000<n) level decision making hoping to understand the cognitive basis of interactive decision making.
Dr Bahador Bahrami
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience
University College London