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Scientist of the Invisible

Too much ammunition lately, not enough self-control.

Het Bateman-effect

Het cliché van de keiharde, nihilistische zakenman zou - zo als wel vaker gaat met clichés - wel eens een kern van waarheid kunnen hebben:
A team of U.S. scientists has found the emotionally impaired are more willing to gamble for high stakes and that people with brain damage may make good financial decisions, the Times newspaper reported on Monday.

In a study of investors' behavior, 41 people with normal IQs were asked to play a simple investment game. Fifteen of the group had suffered lesions on the areas of the brain that affect emotions.

The result was those with brain damage outperformed those without.

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