Adaptive integration of habits into depth-limited planning defines a habitual-goal-directed spectrum.

@article{Keramati2016AdaptiveIO,
  title={Adaptive integration of habits into depth-limited planning defines a habitual-goal-directed spectrum.},
  author={Mehdi Keramati and Peter Smittenaar and Raymond J. Dolan and Peter Dayan},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2016},
  volume={113 45},
  pages={
          12868-12873
        }
}
Behavioral and neural evidence reveal a prospective goal-directed decision process that relies on mental simulation of the environment, and a retrospective habitual process that caches returns previously garnered from available choices. Artificial systems combine the two by simulating the environment up to some depth and then exploiting habitual values as proxies for consequences that may arise in the further future. Using a three-step task, we provide evidence that human subjects use such a… CONTINUE READING
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