The innovative brain

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'Hot' decision-making, involving the evaluation of reward and punishment, is essential to the entrepreneurial process and may be possible to teach, argue Barbara Sahakian and her coauthors.

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Figure 1: How many moves?
Figure 2: Place your bets.
Figure 3: Risk taking.

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Lawrence, A., Clark, L., Labuzetta, J. et al. The innovative brain. Nature 456, 168–169 (2008) doi:10.1038/456168a

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