Hemispheric dissociation of reward processing in humans: Insights from deep brain stimulation

@article{Palminteri2013HemisphericDO,
  title={Hemispheric dissociation of reward processing in humans: Insights from deep brain stimulation},
  author={Stefano Palminteri and Giulia Serra and Anne Buot and Liane Schmidt and Mathias Pessiglione},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2013},
  volume={49},
  pages={2834-2844}
}
Rewards have various effects on human behavior and multiple representations in the human brain. Behaviorally, rewards notably enhance response vigor in incentive motivation paradigms and bias subsequent choices in instrumental learning paradigms. Neurally, rewards affect activity in different fronto-striatal regions attached to different motor effectors, for instance in left and right hemispheres for the two hands. Here we address the question of whether manipulating reward-related brain… CONTINUE READING

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