Decision-makers are required to make decisions in the absence of perfect information under conditions of risk and uncertainty.
What makes decision-making difficult? What are the models of decision-making? How can we combine intuition with the data-based models? What is the role of decision frames and personality? What is the role of genetic profiles?
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