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Chapter 10: Exploring intuition and decision-making across the three brains
This chapter explores three levels of embodied cognition related to decision making. It differentiates between interoceptive components of intuition embedded in the cardiac and enteric regions. The chapter introduces results of a study to design and validate a tri-brain decision-making tool aimed to establish systemic preference in decision making, and illustrates its use on case studies from leadership and team building. It urges researchers to begin differentiating among head, heart and gut preferences in decision-making style.
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