Economics, Cognition by Adam on 2009-06-05 02:36

“Neuroeconomics combines neuroscience, economics, and psychology to study how people make decisions. It looks at the role of the brain when we evaluate decisions, categorize risks and rewards, and interact with each other.”

From Wikipedia. This is right up my alley.

“[Neuroeconomics] measures brain activity while experimental subjects make decisions. Because the brains of all animals are “economic,” that is, they have limited resources to achieve necessary goals, neuroeconomics experiments are not limited to studies of human beings, but have also employed apes, monkeys, and rodents.”

From Neuroeconomics Explained.

Some neuroeconomics blogs: George Mason University’s Neuroeconomics dept, and The Moral Molecule in Psychology Today.

One comment per 'Neuroeconomics'

  1. obat says:

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    Hai i particularly like about the picture / article / presentation that you describe. Very unique, interesting and useful. de Nature Indonesia merupakan sebuah CV yg berjalan dalam bidang pengobatan alami aman

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