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24
Feb
14

Emotional and Cognitive Biases – YouTube

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

This year’s Investment Forum, co-hosted by SVA Plumb Financial and SVA, was held on October 2nd in Madison and October 3rd in Milwaukee. We were proud to welcome from ING Financial Services, Steve Bohn, Senior Vice President, Investment Management and Mike Mahoney, Senior Vice President, Head of Private Wealth & Advisory as our keynote speakers. Steve and Mike discussed the psychology of investing and how to manage your own investing behavior to position yourself for financial success.

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24
Feb
14

Emotional and Cognitive Biases – YouTube

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

This year’s Investment Forum, co-hosted by SVA Plumb Financial and SVA, was held on October 2nd in Madison and October 3rd in Milwaukee. We were proud to welcome from ING Financial Services, Steve Bohn, Senior Vice President, Investment Management and Mike Mahoney, Senior Vice President, Head of Private Wealth & Advisory as our keynote speakers. Steve and Mike discussed the psychology of investing and how to manage your own investing behavior to position yourself for financial success.

See on www.youtube.com

24
Feb
14

Forex trading on The Brain and Risk by Denise Shull – YouTube

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Denise Shull, MA, is a globally recognized expert in risk psychology. She is also a leading theoretician in the application of neuroeconomics, as well as behavioral and emotional finance to the process of decision-making under uncertainty. Recently profiled by Bloomberg Markets Magazine, Ms. Shull is CEO of The Re-Think Group, a consultancy dedicated to optimizing risk management paradigms through the inclusion of effective qualitative analytics. The Re-Think Group is also the parent company of Trader Psyches Inc., which she founded in 2003. Ms. Shull is a regular panelist at The Battle of the Quants series and she has written for the CME Group Magazine, Thompson Reuter’s Hedgeworld, AllAboutAlpha.com, and Greenfaucet.com. She is also known for her thought-provoking blog, Psychological Capital. Ms. Shull has appeared on CNBC, ABC’s World News Tonight, The Discovery Channel, Cavuto, and PBS’ Nightly Business Report. She belongs to The Society for Neuroeconomics, The Association for NeuroPsychoEconomics, and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, where she still actively trades the index futures contracts. Ms. Shull received her Master’s degree in neuropsychoanalysis from The University of Chicago in 1995 and continued studies toward her PhD at The Mid-Manhattan Institute of Psychoanalysis.

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24
Feb
14

Forex trading on The Brain and Risk by Denise Shull – YouTube

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Denise Shull, MA, is a globally recognized expert in risk psychology. She is also a leading theoretician in the application of neuroeconomics, as well as behavioral and emotional finance to the process of decision-making under uncertainty. Recently profiled by Bloomberg Markets Magazine, Ms. Shull is CEO of The Re-Think Group, a consultancy dedicated to optimizing risk management paradigms through the inclusion of effective qualitative analytics. The Re-Think Group is also the parent company of Trader Psyches Inc., which she founded in 2003. Ms. Shull is a regular panelist at The Battle of the Quants series and she has written for the CME Group Magazine, Thompson Reuter’s Hedgeworld, AllAboutAlpha.com, and Greenfaucet.com. She is also known for her thought-provoking blog, Psychological Capital. Ms. Shull has appeared on CNBC, ABC’s World News Tonight, The Discovery Channel, Cavuto, and PBS’ Nightly Business Report. She belongs to The Society for Neuroeconomics, The Association for NeuroPsychoEconomics, and the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, where she still actively trades the index futures contracts. Ms. Shull received her Master’s degree in neuropsychoanalysis from The University of Chicago in 1995 and continued studies toward her PhD at The Mid-Manhattan Institute of Psychoanalysis.

See on www.youtube.com

24
Feb
14

Decisioni rischiose: quali aree cerebrali attivano?

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Guidare con 2 ore di sonno, andare a letto con una persona conosciuta la sera stessa: tutte decisioni rischiose. Quali aree cerebrali attivano?

……. 

In sostanza, i giocatori non rischiavano quando i loro centri di ricompensa erano maggiormente attivi, ma quando non riuscivano a controllare loro stessi. Era come se mancasse un filtro che permettesse di processare in profondità gli stimoli in ingresso.

Quindi sembra che nel prendere una decisione rischiosa ci sia una minore attivazione da parte dei sistemi di controllo. Per esempio, quando si attiva la corteccia cingolata anteriore elabora a livello inconscio le discrepanze motivazionali fra quello che realmente necessita l’individuo e quello che offre l’ambiente circostante. In pratica rileva i conflitti motivazionali fra ciò che vuoi e ciò che ti trovi davanti, producendo quella strana sensazione difficilmente descrivibile a parole.

See on www.psicologiaeconsumi.it

24
Feb
14

Decisioni rischiose: quali aree cerebrali attivano?

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

Guidare con 2 ore di sonno, andare a letto con una persona conosciuta la sera stessa: tutte decisioni rischiose. Quali aree cerebrali attivano?

……. 

In sostanza, i giocatori non rischiavano quando i loro centri di ricompensa erano maggiormente attivi, ma quando non riuscivano a controllare loro stessi. Era come se mancasse un filtro che permettesse di processare in profondità gli stimoli in ingresso.

Quindi sembra che nel prendere una decisione rischiosa ci sia una minore attivazione da parte dei sistemi di controllo. Per esempio, quando si attiva la corteccia cingolata anteriore elabora a livello inconscio le discrepanze motivazionali fra quello che realmente necessita l’individuo e quello che offre l’ambiente circostante. In pratica rileva i conflitti motivazionali fra ciò che vuoi e ciò che ti trovi davanti, producendo quella strana sensazione difficilmente descrivibile a parole.

See on psicologiaeconsumi.it




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