Towards a Theory of Revealed Economic Behavior: The Economic-Neurosciences Interface
AbstractBased on recent findings from economics and the neurosciences, we present a conceptual decision-making model that provides insight into human decision-making and illustrates how behavioral outcomes are transformed into phenomena. The model may be viewed as a bridge between the seemingly disparate disciplines of neuroscience and economics that may facilitate more integrative research efforts and provide a framework for developing research agendas for scientists interested in human behavior and economic phenomena. Copyright Springer 2005
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Volume (Year): 7 (2005)
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revealed behavior; decision-making model; predicting behavior; understanding behavior; economics; neurosciences; synthesis; A1; D1; E6; G1; M1; Q1;
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