Computational and neurocognitive approaches to the political brain: key insights and future avenues for political neuroscience
ZMIGROD Leor & TSAKIRIS Manos, "Computational and neurocognitive approaches to the political brain: key insights and future avenues for political neuroscience" in Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B, vol. 376, n° 1822, 2021.
Although the study of political behaviour has been traditionally restricted to the social sciences, new advances in political neuroscience and computational cognitive science highlight that the biological sciences can offer crucial insights into the roots of ideological thought and action. Echoing the dazzling diversity of human ideologies, this theme issue seeks to reflect the multiplicity of theoretical and methodological approaches to understanding the nature of the political brain.
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