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Go and no-go learning in reward and punishment: Interactions between affect and effect
Decision-making invokes two fundamental axes of control: affect or valence, spanning reward and punishment, and effect or action, spanning invigoration and inhibition. We studied the acquisition ofExpand
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Action Dominates Valence in Anticipatory Representations in the Human Striatum and Dopaminergic Midbrain
The acquisition of reward and the avoidance of punishment could logically be contingent on either emitting or withholding particular actions. However, the separate pathways in the striatum for go andExpand
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Human Hippocampus Arbitrates Approach-Avoidance Conflict
Dominik R. Bach,1,2,3,* Marc Guitart-Masip,1,4 Pau A. Packard,5 Júlia Miró,5,6 Mercè Falip,6 Lluı́s Fuentemilla,5,7 and Raymond J. Dolan1,2 1Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, University CollegeExpand
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Updating Fearful Memories with Extinction Training during Reconsolidation: A Human Study Using Auditory Aversive Stimuli
Learning to fear danger in the environment is essential to survival, but dysregulation of the fear system is at the core of many anxiety disorders. As a consequence, a great interest has emerged inExpand
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Theta-Coupled Periodic Replay in Working Memory
Summary Working memory allows information from transient events to persist as active neural representations [1] that can be used for goal-directed behaviors such as decision making and learning [2,Expand
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Brain oscillatory activity associated with task switching and feedback processing
In this study, we sought to dissociate event-related potentials (ERPs) and the oscillatory activity associated with signals indicating feedback about performance (outcome-based behavioral adjustment)Expand
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Replay of Very Early Encoding Representations during Recollection
Long-term memories are linked to cortical representations of perceived events, but it is unclear which types of representations can later be recollected. Using magnetoencephalography-based decoding,Expand
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Modulation of spectral power and of phase resetting of EEG contributes differentially to the generation of auditory event-related potentials
Nowadays, the mechanisms involved in the genesis of event-related potentials (ERPs) are a matter of debate among neuroscientists. Specifically, the debate lies in whether ERPs arise due to theExpand
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Dynamic Causal Models for phase coupling
This paper presents an extension of the Dynamic Causal Modelling (DCM) framework to the analysis of phase-coupled data. A weakly coupled oscillator approach is used to describe dynamic phase changesExpand
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Theta oscillations orchestrate medial temporal lobe and neocortex in remembering autobiographical memories
Remembering autobiographical events can be associated with detailed visual imagery. The medial temporal lobe (MTL), precuneus and prefrontal cortex are held to jointly enable such vivid retrieval,Expand
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