Neuro-economics and Neuro-accounting. Sudipta Basu, John Dickhaut, Kevin McCabe and Greg Waymire. Neurons and Neuroeconomics. Problems, Humility and Promise. What are the issues?. What is the goal of Neuroeconomics? (Controversial) What is the fundamental building block of Neuroeconomics?
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Sudipta Basu, John Dickhaut, Kevin McCabe and Greg Waymire
Problems, Humility and Promise
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Regular Cell Parts
Hodgkin, AL and Huxley, AF, and Katz, B (1952) Measurement
of current-voltage relations in the membrane of the giant axon of Loligo. ...
What does understanding the building block tell us about possible changes that may occur in the way we study economics and even accounting?(continued)
differentially activate for preferred element in a pair
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Only Subject=Dorsal Striatum Agent
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John Dickhaut, Baohua Xin
What is missing currently?
Two background studies.
Fiorello Et. al, 2004
Do you see any relationship between this type of assumption
and what we have said about the brain?
The next agent in the auction is probabilistically
related to that agents expected profit compared
to other agents.
Does this look anything like what we have talked about so far?
V.L. Smith, JPE,1962Results from applying this technology to the Smith parameters.
Where does something like this go on in the brain? Any evidence
it can happen