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The Neurobiology of Trust
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Trust is essential for establishing and maintaining cooperative behaviors between individuals and institutions in a wide variety of social, economic, and political contexts. This book explores trust through the lens of neurobiology, focusing on empirical, methodological, and theoretical aspects. Written by a distinguished group of researchers from economics, psychology, human factors, neuroscience, and psychiatry, the chapters shed light on the neurobiological underpinnings of trust as applied in a variety of domains. Researchers and students will discover a refined understanding of trust by delving into the essential topics in this area of study outlined by leading experts.

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'This multidisciplinary volume of essays is based on cutting-edge research on the neurobiological underpinnings of trust. It highlights important findings as well as new and promising avenues for future research and makes an important contribution to the trust literature.'

Alexandra Mislin - American University, USA

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