Neuroeconomics Vol: 20

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01 Dec 2008
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
280 pages - 152 x 229 x 30mm
Advances in Health Economics & Health Services Research


The purpose of the series "Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research" is to consider all topics in health economics and the related field of health services research. Each volume is devoted to a specific topic. Most volumes consist of between ten and twelve papers, but a few may take the form of monographs by one or more authors. All areas in the field are covered including the production of and demand for health; the demand for medical care services; the financing of these services; the markets for physicians, nurses, dentists, hospitals, and drugs; the economics of substance use; health in developing countries; and, the economics of medical technology. The series is a forum for theoretical and empirical research. The latter employ data both for developing and developed countries. While most studies focus on economic issues, contributions from other social scientists are welcomed.
Three studies on the neuroeconomics of decision-making when payoffs are real and negative. Emotion, decision-making and the brain. Anxiety and decision-making: Toward a neuroeconomics perspective. The potential role of regret in the physician–patient relationship: Insights from neuroeconomics. How primates (including us!) respond to inequity. On the nature, modeling, and neural bases of social ties. Emotion expression, decision-making and well-being. Source preference and ambiguity aversion: models and evidence from behavioral and neuroimaging experiments. Neuroeconomics of decision-making in the aging brain: the example of long-term care. Health economic choices in old age: Interdisciplinary perspectives on economic decisions and the aging mind. Child health disparities, socio-economic status, and school enrollment decisions: Evidence from German elementary school entrance exams. Temporal discounting as a measure of executive function: Insights from the competing neuro-behavioral decision system hypothesis of addiction. Expectations mediate objective physiological placebo effects. Introduction to Neuroeconomics. List of Contributors. Advances in health economics and health services research. Neuroeconomics. Copyright page. Acknowledgments.

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