The Efficacy of Evaluation: What Are the Economic Elements of the Ability to Evaluate Risk and Reward?
This chapter examines the economic components of the capacity to evaluate outcomes. It considers the diagnostic and management components of anticipation. Possible measures of diagnostic and management evaluations as well as their neural correlates and possible disturbances are described. As a starting point for readers, the chapter simplifies the discussion of neurobiological findings and economic models.
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