Policies from Evidence that Risk Starvation Causes Dementias and Depressions and May Contribute to a Range of Other Brain Morbidities

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Pope, Robin (2009)
  • Publisher: Bonn: University of Bonn, Bonn Graduate School of Economics (BGSE)
  • Subject: Gesundheitsvorsorge | brain exercise | damaging social security welfare | risk processing | whiffs of danger | Sozialer Wandel | frequent, tiny, varied chances and challenges | brain morbidities | societal interactions | pharmaceutical advertising | Pharmazeutische Industrie | brain morbidities; brain exercise; decision making; dementia; depression; environmental factors; risk processing; risk starvation; whiffs of danger; frequent, tiny, varied chances and challenges, damaging social security welfare, socio-economic changes, societal interactions, societal contributions, pharmaceutical advertising' pharmaceutical sponsorship | risk starvation | environmental factors | Risikopräferenz | Soziale Beziehungen | Psychische Störung | pharmaceutical sponsorship | Emotion | decision making | dementia | depression | societal contributions | socio-economic changes | Interessenpolitik
    • ddc: ddc:330

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