Reward, Motivation, and Reinforcement Learning

@article{Dayan2002RewardMA,
  title={Reward, Motivation, and Reinforcement Learning},
  author={Peter Dayan and Bernard W. Balleine},
  journal={Neuron},
  year={2002},
  volume={36},
  pages={285-298}
}
There is substantial evidence that dopamine is involved in reward learning and appetitive conditioning. However, the major reinforcement learning-based theoretical models of classical conditioning (crudely, prediction learning) are actually based on rules designed to explain instrumental conditioning (action learning). Extensive anatomical, pharmacological, and psychological data, particularly concerning the impact of motivational manipulations, show that these models are unreasonable. We… CONTINUE READING
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