From behavioural economics to neuroeconomics to decision neuroscience: the ascent of biology in research on human decision making


Here, we briefly review the evolution of research on human decision-making over the past few decades. We discern a trend whereby biology moves from subserving economics (neuroeconomics), to providing the data that advance our knowledge of the nature of human decision-making (decision neuroscience). Examples illustrate that the integration of behavioural and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cobeha.2015.07.001


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