2011年11月23日水曜日

It's a pleasure: a tale of two cortical areas

Daeyeol Lee
Nature Neuroscience 14, 1491–1492 (2011) doi:10.1038/nn.2981

Reward signals are widespread in the brain, but why? A study now identifies an important difference in the reward signals encoded by the neurons in the primate anterior cingulate and orbitofrontal cortices during decision making, suggesting that reward-related activity in these areas is shaped by different contextual factors.

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