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The center is continually recruiting people to participate in online studies. Recent studies have included completing interactive decision-making tasks, short cognitive tests, solving brain teasers, as well as answering questions about taking risks, the value of an improved environment and general questions about politics. In the future, the center plans to incorporate games that assess reaction time and other aspects of cognitive functioning. If you have specific questions about the studies we run, please contact us by e-mailing decision_sciences@columbia.edu

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