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Author: Glimcher, Paul
Title: Decisions, Uncertainty, and the Brain: The Science of Neuroeconomics
Publisher: MIT Press- Bradford Books
Date: 2003 – Hong Kong and Cambridge, Massachusetts
Sherringtonian theory and reflexes lead to ideas about how the brain, with its relatively slow circuitry and proliferation of independent processing elements can efficiently do anything.
Cognition
Brain
Neuroscience
Microeconomics
Reflexes
Dualism

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