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Neuromarketing in the age of despair

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The US is in a health crisis. Rates of obesity are higher than ever, opioid overdoses increase every day, and while other countries death rates decline, 45-55 year olds in the US are increasingly dying in "deaths of despair." This includes alcoholism, depression, suicide, etc. In light of this, is it ethical for companies to use "neuromarketing" (see article link below) to increase sales of food products? What if they are healthy products? Who should monitor this? Who should set standards?

https://www.forbes.com/sites/hbsworkingknowledge/2013/02/01/neuromarketing-tapping-into-the-pleasure-center-of-consumers/#6305508b2745

Neuromarketing
Obesity
Addiction
Amy Feehan
29 days ago

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GOOD QUESTION, IT SHOULD BE MONITORED BY THE HEALTH GOVERMENT REGULATION BECOUSE OTHERWISE ITS GOING TO GET WORSE...

ORIT BOSSI (PhD)
12 days ago

Have some input?