Differential, but not opponent, effects of l-DOPA and citalopram on action learning with reward and punishment

@inproceedings{GuitartMasip2013DifferentialBN,
  title={Differential, but not opponent, effects of l-DOPA and citalopram on action learning with reward and punishment},
  author={Marc Guitart-Masip and Marcos Economides and Quentin J M Huys and Michael J. Frank and Rumana Chowdhury and Emrah Duzel and Peter Dayan and Raymond J. Dolan},
  booktitle={Psychopharmacology},
  year={2013}
}
Decision-making involves two fundamental axes of control namely valence, spanning reward and punishment, and action, spanning invigoration and inhibition. We recently exploited a go/no-go task whose contingencies explicitly decouple valence and action to show that these axes are inextricably coupled during learning. This results in a disadvantage in learning to go to avoid punishment and in learning to no-go to obtain a reward. The neuromodulators dopamine and serotonin are likely to play a… CONTINUE READING
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