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Neuropolitical Science

 

 

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Neuropolitical Science.

 

The difference between behaviour and neurobiological reaction.

 

The disagreement on explanation of brain work.

 

Political cognition based on two neural networks.

 

The influence of controlled and automatic brain processes in decision making.

 

The criticism of neuropolitical studies.

 

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