While the philosophy of the Enlightenment conceives of the human being as a being essentially free, and subtracts any determination, more and more studies are focusing not on individual behavior but on the predictive power of large-scale, brain imaging. In this vein, Genevsky, Yoon and Knutson show that probe our brains can predict our decisions.
When we need to make a choice, for example to go to dinner with a friend or staying home to watch tv, our brain assesses the positive and negative consequences of each of these ac...
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