The problem with value.

  title={The problem with value.},
  author={John P. O'Doherty},
  journal={Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews},
Neural correlates of value have been extensively reported in a diverse set of brain regions. However, in many cases it is difficult to determine whether a particular neural response pattern corresponds to a value-signal per se as opposed to an array of alternative non-value related processes, such as outcome-identity coding, informational coding, encoding of autonomic and skeletomotor consequences, alongside previously described "salience" or "attentional" effects. Here, I review a number of… CONTINUE READING
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