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Very interesting article linking biology and emotions.In another podcast, Overcome by Emotion, which is also the most similar to Campanella\’s et al. (2015) study, a psychology professor Antoine Bechara reveals findings in a case where a patient adopted a fully rational personality after a surgical procedure to remove a brain tumor (Radiolab, n.d).So we need emotions in decision making. I\’m curious if your article assessed decision making of the participants?Reference to attachment belowArticleCampanella, F., Fabbro, F., Ius, T., Shallice, T., & Skrap, M. (2015). Acute effects of surgery on emotion and personality of brain tumor patients: Surgery impact, histological aspects, and recovery. Neuro-Oncology 17(8), 1121-1131. doi:10.1093/neuonc/nov065Podcast: Radiolab (n.d.) Gut Feelings [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.radiolab.org. (Note: if you want the direct URL it is http://www.radiolab.org/story/197242-gut-feelings/ (Note: this segment is 16:41 minutes; it is selected from the “Guts” episode Season 10, Episode 7)Podcast: Radiolab (n.d.) Overcome by Emotion [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from http://www.radiolab.org. (Note: if you want the direct URL it is http://www.radiolab.org/story/91642-overcome-by-emotion/ (Note: this segment is 21:50 minutes; it is selected from the “Guts” episode Season 5, Episode 1)Attached essay I submitted to the instructor and the article/post cast use to do the essay.