Beneficial Roles of Emotion in Decision Making: Functional Association of Brain and Body

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Hideki Ohira (2011)
  • Publisher: University of Rijeka
  • Journal: Psychological Topics, volume 20, issue 3 (issn: 1332-0742)
  • Subject: emotion | Psychology | decision making | BF1-990 | brain | body | decision making; emotion; somatic marker hypothesis; brain; body | somatic marker hypothesis

Though traditional microeconomics has supposed that human decisions are based on logical and exact computation of cost-benefit balances or efficacies, studies in behavioral economics have shown that humans sometimes make seemingly irrational decisions driven by emotions... View more
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