By René Riedl, Pierre-Majorique Léger
This authored quantity provides the basics of NeuroIS, that's an rising subfield in the details structures self-discipline that uses neuroscience and neurophysiological instruments and data to higher comprehend the advance, use, and influence of data and communique applied sciences. This ebook is an preliminary advisor to this new study area. the objective viewers essentially includes PhD scholars and researchers, however the publication can also be invaluable for graduate scholars and practitioners.
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