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Shopping Centers In The Brain


As reported in the January 4, 2007 Issue of Neuron, Brian Knutson and his team performed functional MRI on individuals while they were deciding whether or not to purchase various items.

Their results support the theory that the decision to purchase involves the integration of emotional signals related to the anticipation of both obtaining the desired product and suffering the financial loss of paying for it.

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