A collaboration with Prof. Talma Hendler. Previous studies have shown that the level of risk preferences is correlated and influenced by the activity of the right Inferior Frontal gyrus (rIFG). The goal of the present study is to modulate risk preferences non-invasively by upregulating cortical excitability over the rIFG in healthy adults using Neurofeedback (NF). We use a novel fMRI enriched EEG model of the rIFG that enable the prediction of its fMRI-BOLD activity using only EEG.