Neural Circuitry Of Near-misses May Explain The Allure Of GamblingQuicklink submitted by Rob Kall Permalink
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|Why do people gamble if they know that the house always wins? Researchers at the University of Cambridge argue that near-misses, where the gambler narrowly misses out on the jackpot, may provide part of the answer.|
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