Part of the Studies in Neuroscience, Psychology and Behavioral Economics book series (SNPBE)
The present chapter provides an introduction into the young discipline of neuroeconomics and into the present Neuroeconomics book. Historical aspects, core concepts and future research avenues are presented.
KeywordsConditioned Stimulus Firing Rate Prospect Theory Ventral Striatum Framing Effect
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