The role of emotion in decision making: A cognitive neuroscience perspective (2006)

by Nasir Naqvi , Baba Shiv , Antoine Bechara , Address Correspondence To Antoine Bechara , Hedco Neuroscience
Venue:Current Directions in Psychological Science
Citations:11 - 0 self

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