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Modeling the Evolution of Decision Rules in the Human Brain
 

Summary: Modeling the Evolution of Decision
Rules in the Human Brain
Daniel S. Levine
Department of Psychology
University of Texas at Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019-0528
levine@uta.edu
www.uta.edu/psychology/faculty/levine
(Most of this work appears in Levine, D. S., Angels,
devils, and censors in the brain, ComPlexus, in press.)
Selfishness vs. Cooperation
Eisler and Levine (Brain and Mind, 2002):
Cortical-subcortical neural pathways for behavioral
patterns of
Fight-or-flight
Dissociation
Bonding (tend-and-befriend)
Orbital prefrontal cortex is main area for deciding
between these patterns based on context.
NATURE AND NURTURE!

  

Source: Andras, Peter - School of Computing Science, University of Newcastle upon Tyne

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences