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Brain Res Bull. 2005 Nov 15;67(5):355-60. Epub 2005 Jul 7.

Neuroeconomics--from neural systems to economic behaviour.

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University Section of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, Oxford OX3 7LQ, UK. sven.braeutigam@psychiatry.oxford.ac.uk

Abstract

Neuroeconomics is a new and highly interdisciplinary field. Drawing from theories and methodologies employed in both economics and neuroscience, it aims at understanding the neural systems supporting and affecting economically relevant behaviour in real-life situations. Although incomplete, the evidence is beginning to clarify with the possibility that neuroeconomic methodology might eventually trace whole processes of economically relevant behaviour. This paper accompanies the author's ConNEcs 2004 keynote speech on applications of neuroeconomic research.

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