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  • "We have scientifically demonstrated that you can, to some extent, use neuroimaging in a group of people to predict cultural popularity," proclaimed Gregory Berns, who styles himself a "neuroeconomist."

    Is There a Scientific Explanation for Justin Bieber?

  • Paul J. Zak, a neuroeconomist and director of the Center for Neuroeconomics Studies at Claremont Graduate University, explains the psychology of cons using himself as an example.

    Boing Boing

  • " We economists have a widespread view that most people are basically self-interested and won ' t try to help other people, " says Colin Camerer, a neuroeconomist at Caltech and co-author of the study.

    Are We Hardwired to Love Taxes?

  • Dr. Gregory Burns, a neuroeconomist who uses brain-scanning technologies to decode the decision-making systems of the human mind, has shown that when fear becomes a predominant emotion in many companies, it negatively affects innovation, proactivity, and, human relationships.

    Chip Conley: It's a Pink Christmas

  • In one experiment showing this, neuroeconomist Read Montague of the Baylor College of Medicine and colleagues gave people $100 to play 20 historical stock-market indexes, such as Hong Kong's Hang Seng from Sept. 11, 1992, to Dec. 30, 1994, when it rose 36 percent.

    Inside the Shopping Brain

  • I can't wait for some neuroeconomist to link brain behavior to MESTI compression and broader evolution.

    The Speculist: Economic Model for the Singularity

  • "What do we know about the biology of trust?" asks Ernst Fehr, a neuroeconomist at the University of Zurich.

    This Is Your Brain On Money

  • He cited an experiment in which Paul Zak, a neuroeconomist, attended a wedding and measured oxytocin levels of the bride, groom and some relatives and friends, finding that several experienced surges in oxytocin as if bonding with the couple.

    NYT > Global Home

  • If anything qualifies as Twitter bait, it would be my latest feature on neuroeconomist Dr. Paul Zak in the July issue of Fast Company.

    Fast Company

  • I start tweeting and alert my followers that I'm engaging in a Twitter experiment with a neuroeconomist.

    POLAR BEAR BLOG

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  • “I am a neuroeconomist, which means that I use brain-scanning technologies like magnetic resonance imaging to decode the decision-making systems of the human mind.�?

    The New York Times, In Hard Times, Fear Can Impair Decision-Making, by Gregory Berns, December 6, 2008

    December 8, 2008