Role of expected reward in frontal eye field during natural scene search.

Abstract

When a saccade is expected to result in a reward, both neural activity in oculomotor areas and the saccade itself (e.g., its vigor and latency) are altered (compared with when no reward is expected). As such, it is unclear whether the correlations of neural activity with reward indicate a representation of reward beyond a movement representation; the… (More)
DOI: 10.1152/jn.00119.2016

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@article{Glaser2016RoleOE, title={Role of expected reward in frontal eye field during natural scene search.}, author={Joshua I. Glaser and Daniel K Wood and Patrick Nathan Lawlor and Pavan Ramkumar and Konrad P K{\"{o}rding and Mark A. Segraves}, journal={Journal of neurophysiology}, year={2016}, volume={116 2}, pages={645-57} }