Transfer of learning after updating training mediated by the striatum
We focus on detecting and estimating directed connectivity in neuronal networks using Granger causality (GC) and dynamic causal modelling (DCM).
These approaches are considered in the context of functional segregation and integration and. - the distinction between functional and effective connectivity.
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How do humans make choices between different types of rewards?
Economists have long argued on theoretical grounds that humans typically make these choices as if the values of the options they consider have been mapped to a single common scale for comparison.
Seth Brain networks underlying episodic memory retrieval The importance of the medial temporal lobe to episodic memory has been recognized for decades.
Recent human f MRI findings have begun to delineate the functional roles of different MTL regions, most notably the hippocampus, for the retrieval of episodic memories.
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