Learning on the IGT follows emergence of knowledge but not differential somatic activity

@inproceedings{Fernie2013LearningOT,
  title={Learning on the IGT follows emergence of knowledge but not differential somatic activity},
  author={Gordon Fernie and Richard J. Tunney},
  booktitle={Front. Psychol.},
  year={2013}
}
The importance of unconscious autonomic activity vs. knowledge in influencing behavior on the Iowa Gambling Task (IGT) has been the subject of debate. The task's developers, Bechara and colleagues, have claimed that behavior on the IGT is influenced by somatic activity and that this activity precedes the emergence of knowledge about the task contingencies sufficient to guide behavior. Since then others have claimed that this knowledge emerges much earlier on the task. However, it has yet to be… CONTINUE READING
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Learning on the IGT follows emergence of knowledge but not differential somatic activity

G Citation Fernie, RJ Tunney
2013