Neurobiology of decision making, gender and the exercise of power
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Professor Trevor Robbins discusses the hubris syndrome and its critical involvement in deficient decision-making. Professor Robbins also makes observations on how damage to the frontal lobe, gender and chronic stress have effects on decision-making.
This lecture was filmed at the RSM event, 'Power, gender and hubris: success and arrogance as risks to leadership in health care and beyond' in London on the 9th of May.