Brain mechanisms for perceptual and reward-related decision-making

@article{Deco2013BrainMF,
  title={Brain mechanisms for perceptual and reward-related decision-making},
  author={Gustavo Deco and Edmund T. Rolls and Larissa Albantakis and Ranulfo Romo},
  journal={Progress in Neurobiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={103},
  pages={194-213}
}
Phenomenological models of decision-making, including the drift-diffusion and race models, are compared with mechanistic, biologically plausible models, such as integrate-and-fire attractor neuronal network models. The attractor network models show how decision confidence is an emergent property; and make testable predictions about the neural processes (including neuronal activity and fMRI signals) involved in decision-making which indicate that the medial prefrontal cortex is involved in… CONTINUE READING
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