I Plan Therefore I Choose: Free-Choice Bias Due to Prior Action-Probability but Not Action-Value

@inproceedings{SuriyaArunroj2015IPT,
  title={I Plan Therefore I Choose: Free-Choice Bias Due to Prior Action-Probability but Not Action-Value},
  author={Lalitta Suriya-Arunroj and Alexander Gail},
  booktitle={Front. Behav. Neurosci.},
  year={2015}
}
According to an emerging view, decision-making, and motor planning are tightly entangled at the level of neural processing. Choice is influenced not only by the values associated with different options, but also biased by other factors. Here we test the hypothesis that preliminary action planning can induce choice biases gradually and independently of objective value when planning overlaps with one of the potential action alternatives. Subjects performed center-out reaches obeying either a… CONTINUE READING
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