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Neuroeconomics (in Russian)

in Nina Slanevskaya ”Brain, Mind and Society", part 2, 2012 (in Russian)

 

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Neuroeconomics. Нейроэкономика

Нейроэкономика (Neuroeconomics) - это междисциплинарная область нейронауки и экономики, которая изучает то, как мозг взаимодействует со своим внешним окружением, чтобы произвести экономическое поведение.

Criticisim of "rational choice" on the basis of neuroscientific data. Критика “рационального выбора” на основе нейронаучных данных

Risk and uncertainty in neuroeconomics. Риск и неопределенность с точки зрения нейроэкономики

Neuromorality in economics: trust, cooperation, reciprocity, moral anger and punishment. Нейроморальность в экономической сфере: доверие, сотрудничество, взаимность, моральный гнев и наказание

Testing economic theories by a neuroeconomic method. Тестирование экономических теорий с помощью нейронаучного метода

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