An fMRI study of reward-related probability learning.

@article{Delgado2005AnFS,
  title={An fMRI study of reward-related probability learning.},
  author={Mauricio R. Delgado and Mellessa M. Miller and Sara K. Inati and Elizabeth A. Phelps},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2005},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={862-73}
}
The human striatum has been implicated in processing reward-related information. More recently, activity in the striatum, particularly the caudate nucleus, has been observed when a contingency between behavior and reward exists, suggesting a role for the caudate in reinforcement-based learning. Using a gambling paradigm, in which affective feedback (reward and punishment) followed simple, random guesses on a trial by trial basis, we sought to investigate the role of the caudate nucleus as… CONTINUE READING
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