Is neuroeconomics doomed by the reverse inference fallacy?
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- Sacha Bourgeois-Gironde, 2010. "Is neuroeconomics doomed by the reverse inference fallacy?," Post-Print ijn_00713489, HAL.
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KeywordsNeuroeconomics; Reverese inference fallacy; Cognitive ontologies; Reductionism; Cultural neural recycling;
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