Monetary Reward and Punishment to Response Inhibition Modulate Activation and Synchronization Within the Inhibitory Brain Network

@inproceedings{Chikara2018MonetaryRA,
  title={Monetary Reward and Punishment to Response Inhibition Modulate Activation and Synchronization Within the Inhibitory Brain Network},
  author={Rupesh Kumar Chikara and Erik C. Chang and Yi-Chen Lu and Dar-Shong Lin and Chin-Teng Lin and Li-Wei Ko},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2018}
}
A reward or punishment can modulate motivation and emotions, which in turn affect cognitive processing. The present simultaneous functional magnetic resonance imaging-electroencephalography study examines neural mechanisms of response inhibition under the influence of a monetary reward or punishment by implementing a modified stop-signal task in a virtual battlefield scenario. The participants were instructed to play as snipers who open fire at a terrorist target but withhold shooting in the… CONTINUE READING
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