Using evolutionary theory to enhance the brain imaging paradigm

Abstract

In recent years, there seems to be no preference, choice, emotion, thought, or behavior that has escaped the scrutiny of a neuroimaging machine. Scanning the brain allegedly reveals insights into the foundations of morality (Greene et al., 2001), altruism (Tankersley et al., 2007), sense of humor (Bartolo et al., 2006) and even religious beliefs and God… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00452

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