Missing emotions: The Z-axis of collective behavior

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 37 (1):83-85 (2014)
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Abstract

Bentley et al.--O’Brien bypass the relevance of emotions in decision-making, resulting in a possible over-simplification of behavioral types. We propose integrating emotions, both in the north-south axis (in relation to cognition) as well as in the west-east axis (in relation to social influence), by suggesting a Z axis, in charge of registering emotional depth and involvement.

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