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- found: Work cat.: 2005034753: Politser, Peter E., Neurorationality : a neuroeconomic approach to mental health and good sense, c2006.
- found: Wilkipedia encyclopedia online, viewed Dec. 30, 2005 ("Neuroeconomics combines neuroscience, economics, and psychology to study how we make choices. It looks at the role of the brain when we evaluate decisions, categorize risks and rewards, and interact with each other. [...] Neuroeconomics extends the approach of behavioral economics by adding observation of the nervous system to the set of explanatory variables.")
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- 2006-01-27: revised
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