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  • brain
  • One theoretical cause subject to ongoing debate surrounds the role of the mirror neuron system (MNS), a group of neurons in the inferior frontal gyrus (F5 region) of the brain that may influence imitative behaviors, but no widely accepted neural or computational models have been put forward to describe how mirror neuron activity supports cognitive functions such as imitation. (wikipedia.org)
  • generate
  • Differing from previous results in the literature on the interaction between market dynamics and speculative behavior, rational agents can generate financial crises, even without the speculator contribution. (hindawi.com)
  • Differing from previous results which appeared in the literature on the interaction between market dynamics and speculative behavior, we show that rational agents can generate financial crises, even without the "help" of speculators. (hindawi.com)
  • regulation
  • Clients seeking group psychotherapy in this context experience a broad range of psychological and interpersonal difficulties encompassing mood, anxiety, trauma, personality and relational difficulties along with associated behaviors that reflect impairment in regulation of mood and self. (agpa.org)
  • 7. S. Crockenberg, E. Leerkes, and P. BÁrrig JÓ, "Predicting aggressive behavior in the third year from infant reactivity and regulation as moderated by maternal behavior," Development and Psychopathology 20 , no. 1 (Winter 2008): 37. (familyandhome.org)
  • Several
  • Because that choice is wrong the associated view that decentralized markets with strictly positive probability, the equilib- tend to be efficient, an explosion of papers in rium of these sequential market games is in-the last several years argue that imitative or efficient, even in the long run. (academicroom.com)
  • birth
  • The fractional absorption is likely to prevent or minimize them, 32 risk-taking behavior of the birth of a serious underlying disorder may be associated with therapy for 20 hours after overdose. (epn.edu.ec)
  • decisions
  • With sequential actions, financial economists reportedly still believe the earliest decisions can have a dispropor- that imitative behavior is widespread in finan- tionate effect over long-run outcomes in the cial markets (Pnndrea BlBevenow and Ivo economy. (academicroom.com)
  • agents
  • Speculators are uninformed agents and form their expectations by imitative behavior, depending on market excess demand. (hindawi.com)
  • ffhis has led some researchers lic information is sufficient to induce all to assert that market participants engage in agents to follow the lead of the market, com- nonrational herd behavior (e.g. (academicroom.com)
  • prevent
  • When traders fmve ~rivnte informlion on only a single dimension of uncertainty (the effect of a shock to the asset value), price adjustments prevent herd behavior. (academicroom.com)
  • literature
  • herd-like behavior can impede the flow of in- The herding literature recalls a once formation in an economy when consumers act prominent view of asset markets as driven by sequentially rather than concurrently. (academicroom.com)