Tracking the Hemodynamic Responses to Reward and Punishment in the Striatum

  title={Tracking the Hemodynamic Responses to Reward and Punishment in the Striatum},
  author={Mauricio R. Delgado and Leigh Nystrom and C. FISSELL and Doug C Noll and Julie A. Fiez},
Delgado, M. R., L. E. Nystrom, C. Fissell, D. C. Noll, and J. A. Fiez.Tracking the hemodynamic responses to reward and punishment in the striatum.J Neurophysiol84: 3072–3077, 2000. Research suggests that the basal ganglia complex is a major component of the neural circuitry that mediates reward-related processing. However, human studies have not yet characterized the response of the basal ganglia to an isolated reward, as has been done in animals. We developed an event-related functional… CONTINUE READING
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