An Introductory Guide to Organizational Neuroscience

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Title
An Introductory Guide to Organizational Neuroscience
Journal
Organizational Research Methods
Author(s)
Murray Micah M., Antonakis John
ISSN
1094-4281
1552-7425
Publication state
Published
Issued date
01/2019
Volume
22
Number
1
Pages
6-16
Language
english
Abstract
The time is ripe for a renewed and interdisciplinary approach to organizational research that incorporates neuroscientific techniques. Like all methods, they have methodological, analytical, and interpretational limitations; however, the potential gains from using these techniques are far more considerable. We have therefore assembled a succinct yet authoritative collection of articles on the topic of neuroscience in organizational research, to serve as a solid introduction to the methods of neuroscience and what they can accomplish. The special topic is organized into two parts. The first includes a set of accessible reviews of the palette of brain imaging, mapping, and stimulation techniques (fMRI, fNIRS, EEG, MEG, and NIBS) as well as examples of the application of neuroscience methods to various disciplines including economics, marketing, finance, organizational behavior, neuroethology, as well an integrative translational critique on a variety of applications. The second is a collection of articles resulting from a competitive call for submissions that cover various neuroscience topics, but also address important methodological and philosophical issues. The articles lay out a roadmap for the effective integration of neuroscientific methods into organizational research.
Keywords
Management of Technology and Innovation, Strategy and Management, General Decision Sciences
Web of science
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