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Connectivity adaptations in dopaminergic systems define the brain maturity of investors

Connectivity adaptations in dopaminergic systems define the brain maturity of investors

Elena Ortiz Teran, Ibai Diez, Jorge Sepulcre, Joaquín López Pascual, Tomás Ortiz. Connectivity adaptations in dopaminergic systems define the brain maturity of investors (Scientific Reports). 

Connectivity adaptations in dopaminergic systems define the brain maturity of investors. 

We found a concurrent increase in the volume of certain cortical (insula, prefrontal, temporal and parietal cortices) and subcortical areas (pons, midbrain, amygdala, hippocampus, striatum and thalamus) with regard to financial experience, which leads us to believe that none of these regions in isolation are specialized in responding to investments alone.

Despite the fact that investors may vary in their ability to make advantageous financial choices, our conclusion is that there is a common neurological basis gained by experience. By learning how to harness the emotional aspects of investing while raising bodily awareness, they are able to turn feelings into lessons that ultimately will guide their decisions supported by catecholamine-related brain systems. 


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