Neural correlates of near-misses effect in gambling

@article{Qi2011NeuralCO,
  title={Neural correlates of near-misses effect in gambling},
  author={Senqing Qi and C. -P. Ding and Yan Song and D Yang},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={493},
  pages={80-85}
}
The present study investigated the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying the gambling near-miss effect by measuring event-related-potentials. Using a simple gambling task, we measured behavioral response and electrophysiological activity of gambling outcomes. Self-rating results showed that when compared to full-miss outcome, near-miss outcome were rated as less pleasant, but yielded higher motivation to play. Whereas the feedback-related negativity (FRN) amplitude did not reflect the… CONTINUE READING
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