Challenges of Interpreting Frontal Neurons during Value-Based Decision-Making

Abstract

The frontal cortex is crucial to sound decision-making, and the activity of frontal neurons correlates with many aspects of a choice, including the reward value of options and outcomes. However, rewards are of high motivational significance and have widespread effects on neural activity. As such, many neural signals not directly involved in the decision… (More)
DOI: 10.3389/fnins.2011.00124

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@inproceedings{Wallis2011ChallengesOI, title={Challenges of Interpreting Frontal Neurons during Value-Based Decision-Making}, author={Jonathan D. Wallis and Erin L. Rich}, booktitle={Front. Neurosci.}, year={2011} }