Neuronal selectivity for spatial positions of offers and choices in five reward regions.

@article{Strait2016NeuronalSF,
  title={Neuronal selectivity for spatial positions of offers and choices in five reward regions.},
  author={Caleb E Strait and Brianna J. Sleezer and Tommy C. Blanchard and Habiba Azab and Meghan D Castagno and Benjamin Y. Hayden},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={115 3},
  pages={
          1098-111
        }
}
When we evaluate an option, how is the neural representation of its value linked to information that identifies it, such as its position in space? We hypothesized that value information and identity cues are not bound together at a particular point but are represented together at the single unit level throughout the entirety of the choice process. We examined neuronal responses in two-option gambling tasks with lateralized and asynchronous presentation of offers in five reward regions… CONTINUE READING

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