Nina Slanevskaya. Interdisciplinary Neuroscience




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Criticisim of "rational choice" on the basis of neuroscientific data.


Risk and uncertainty in neuroeconomics.


Neuromorality in economics: trust, cooperation, reciprocity, moral anger and punishment.


Testing economic theories by a neuroeconomic method.



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