Control of movements and temporal discounting of reward.

  title={Control of movements and temporal discounting of reward.},
  author={Reza Shadmehr},
  journal={Current opinion in neurobiology},
  volume={20 6},
Let us assume that the purpose of any movement is to position our body in a more rewarding state. People and other animals discount future reward as a function of time. Recent results suggest that there is a correlation between changes in this reward temporal discount function and changes in saccadic velocity and duration. These results suggest that each movement carries a cost because its duration delays acquisition of reward. The value that the brain assigns to the stimulus, and the rate at… CONTINUE READING

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