About this series
This interdisciplinary book series addresses research findings and methods in the intersection of the fields of neuroscience, psychology and behavioral economics. At the core of the series is the biological basis of human decision making, including aspects of an economic, cognitive, affective and motivational nature. Contributions from fundamental and applied sciences are equally represented and cover a broad range of scientific work, reaching from mathematical modeling to scholarly introductions into new research disciplines and related methodologies and technologies (e.g. genetics, psychophysiology, brain imaging, computational neuroscience, animal modeling). The book series presents empirical and methodological scientific innovations bridging the gap from brain to behavior. It includes research works in neuroeconomics and neuro-information systems (e.g. human-machine interaction) as well as social, cognitive and affective neuroscience, which aim at enhancing the understanding of human decision making.