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Until now, economic theory has not systematically integrated the influence of emotions on decision-making. Since evidence from neuroscience suggests that decision-making as hypothesized in economic theory depends on prior emotional processing, interdisciplinary research under the label of "neuroeconomics" arose. The key idea of this approach is to employ recent neuroscientific methods in order to analyze economically relevant brain processes. This paper aims to provide an overview of thedoi:10.1016/j.brainresbull.2005.07.006 pmid:16216680 fatcat:sbo7pogi2ncgxkarsym6w7xgyu