The anticipation and outcome phases of reward and loss processing: A neuroimaging meta‐analysis of the monetary incentive delay task

@inproceedings{Oldham2018TheAA,
  title={The anticipation and outcome phases of reward and loss processing: A neuroimaging meta‐analysis of the monetary incentive delay task},
  author={Stuart Oldham and Carsten Murawski and Alex Fornito and George J Youssef and Murat Y{\"u}cel and Valentina Lorenzetti},
  booktitle={Human brain mapping},
  year={2018}
}
The processing of rewards and losses are crucial to everyday functioning. Considerable interest has been attached to investigating the anticipation and outcome phases of reward and loss processing, but results to date have been inconsistent. It is unclear if anticipation and outcome of a reward or loss recruit similar or distinct brain regions. In particular, while the striatum has widely been found to be active when anticipating a reward, whether it activates in response to the anticipation of… CONTINUE READING
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