Reward anticipation, cognition, and electrodermal activity in the conditioned monkey

@article{Amiez2003RewardAC,
  title={Reward anticipation, cognition, and electrodermal activity in the conditioned monkey},
  author={C. Amiez and E. Procyk and J. Honor{\'e} and H. Sequeira and J. Joseph},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2003},
  volume={149},
  pages={267-275}
}
In the present report, we examine electrodermal activity (skin conductance responses, SCRs) in monkeys trained to perform target-selection (TS) tests. In each test, the animal was presented in successive trials with the same two unequally rewarded targets on a touch screen. The probabilistic contingencies of the rewards associated with each target rendered the selection of the best difficult. Our findings revealed SCRs time-locked to the arm movements toward the rewarded targets, occurring… Expand
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