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# Beyond the Decisions-Making: The Psychic Determinants of Conduct and Economic Behavior

Salatino, D. R.

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"description": "<p>The objective of this paper is to provide a useful tool to evaluate the impact of conduct and economic behavior in decision making. It is a research based on a theory of the psychic structure and operation with a marked neurobiological support. The use of a new method is introduced: the Transcurssive Logic, to investigate the subjective reality of which, the economy, forms part. Are corroborated the hypotheses suggested by Hayek in his treatise on Theoretical Psychology: <em>The Sensible Order</em> (1952), and they are given foundation to the psychic processes that give rise to both the behavior as the conduct. It constitutes a basic contribution to Economic Psychology.</p>",
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"headline": "Beyond the Decisions-Making: The Psychic Determinants of Conduct and Economic Behavior",
"datePublished": "2017-03-31",
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