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How ‘Limbic Capitalism’ Preys on Our Addicted Brains
1881 wood engraving, American Opium Smokers—Interior of a New York Opium Den

How ‘Limbic Capitalism’ Preys on Our Addicted Brains

The more rapid and intense the brain reward they imparted, the likelier they were to foster pathological learning and craving, particularly among socially and genetically vulnerable consumers.

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