Research Article

Neuro-Scans on Decision Interregnums


  • J Satpathy Professor& PDF Researcher, Srinivas University, India
  • Kalpana Sahoo Faculty, XIM University, and PDF Researcher, Srinivas University, India


Interaction between biological and vision science is rough with misinterpretation on either side. Attention theatres pervasive part of sensitivity and rationality. Most biological decisions close up being through emotion than unemotional cogent biological scheming, though we trust else. Connectedness, with preference making, is critical for crafting and executing stratagems. Neurobiological carters take delivery of signals, perform recognition and transduction in stochastic milieus. Cerebral Science (Cerebral Management) has brought unprecedented insights into the human brain and biological decision-making. The objective of the research is to monitor the dynamics of neurobiological drivers in understanding biological leader (s) behavior and preference making. Such propositions are now scanned under the lens of cellular and chromosomal prisms. The focus is to replicate the philosophy of ‘Biological decision Interregnums’ biology in biological decision research. The attempt is to explore the nature of causality, identify methods to test causal relations, employ empirical cognitive and neural approach (es) to causal rationality and establish a relationship. Paper empirically runs a hematological investigation based on primary data. Attempting a neural path in biological leader (s) preference, the purpose is to assess that hematological investigation has stimulus on the biological leader (s) preference making. This purports at addressing biological decision making those landscapes stimulate and fresh queries, vigorous theoretical and conjectural practicalities, demanding approaches, challenging results, and audacious insinuations. The aim is towards canopy theoretic contexts and empirical methods of philosophy of hematological - biology to appreciate stimulus of hematological - investigations have on biological actor’s choice. Results demonstrate indications for extemporaneous counterfactual replication to appreciate the stimulus of hematological - investigations have on biological actors' choice. The major finding is that biological leader attempts prospective preference using the hematological medium. Paper clinches distinctive standpoints propositions generated from theoretical ‘mosaic’ and presents directions for future research. Paper discusses findings to answer issues and understand neuro-hematological design in biological leader (s) preference dynamics. The Paper concludes with distinctive propositions and presents directions for future research. Paper attempts rethinking foundations of biological leader (s) preference dynamics by providing alternative taxonomy for rational preference problems. This research opens new vistas for future replicative studies.

Article information


British Journal of Biology Studies

Volume (Issue)

1 (1)





How to Cite

J Satpathy, & Kalpana Sahoo. (2021). Neuro-Scans on Decision Interregnums. British Journal of Biology Studies, 1(1), 11–41. Retrieved from



Neuromanagement, ‘Busitagion’ Behaviours, Biological Interregnums and Neuro ‘Disruption’ Management