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The importance of neuroscience in business

The importance of neuroscience in business

Whilst neuroscience may be the new industry buzz word, businesses are still failing to obtain a true insight into what their customers think and feel and what their decision making processes are, according to neuroscientist and cognitive psychologist Dr Lynda Shaw.

 

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