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Functional Imaging with Reinforcement, Eyetracking, and Physiological Monitoring

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10.3791/992-v

November 13th, 2008

November 13th, 2008

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1Department of Neuroscience, Columbia University, 2Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University, 3Department of Radiology, Columbia University

This presentation demonstrates the use of fMRI to study neural circuits that underlie decision-making. Simple perceptual tasks are combined with appetitive and aversive reinforcements to investigate how outcomes affect decision processes.

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