Dissociation of reward anticipation and outcome with event-related fMRI

@article{Knutson2001DissociationOR,
  title={Dissociation of reward anticipation and outcome with event-related fMRI},
  author={Brian Knutson and Grace W Fong and Charles M Adams and Jerald L. Varner and Daniel W. Hommer},
  journal={Neuroreport},
  year={2001},
  volume={12},
  pages={3683-3687}
}
Reward processing involves both appetitive and consummatory phases. We sought to examine whether reward anticipation vs outcomes would recruit different regions of ventral forebrain circuitry using event-related fMRI. Nine healthy volunteers participated in a monetary incentive delays task in which they either responded to a cued target for monetary reward, responded to a cued target for no reward, or did not respond to a cued target during scanning. Multiple regression analyses indicated that… Expand

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