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Translating upwards : linking the neural and social sciences via neuroeconomics


in Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 13 (11)

ISSN : 1471-003X

par Levallois, Clément ; CLITHERO, John A. ; Wouters, Paul ; Smidts, Ale ; HUETTEL, Scott A.

20121101 - 789-797 P | En anglais

Appartient à : «Nature Reviews Neurosciences»

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