TB9 B&B Lecture 4; Motor function and cognition

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1. How is game theory different from descriptive theories?

  • Bias when there are risks involved and variable schedules of reinforcement
  • People make decisions based on anticipated gains and losses which are subjectively assessed. Concept of availability
  • When multiple individuals are involved in a payoff matrix
  • Concept of probability, expected value and utility and bias when there are risks involved
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2. What characterises the mesolimbic pathway?

  • Projections to nucleus accumbens (near ventral striatum), amygdala and hippocampus
  • All of the cortex but especially medial parts of the frontal lobe

3. Where does the ventral tegmental area (midbrain) project to?

  • Limbic system and cortex
  • Cerebral cortex
  • CA1 CA3
  • Ventral striatum

4. Activity in ventral tegmental area...

  • Decreases in response to a reward and decreases in response to the conditioning stimulus
  • Increases in response to a reward and decreases in response to the conditioning stimulus
  • Decreases in response to a reward and increases in response to the conditioning stimulus
  • Increases in response to a reward and increases in response to the conditioning stimulus

5. What would be a manipulation to demonstrate framing effects?

  • A dice roll on a 20 sided dice
  • Medicine that saves/kills
  • Watches of different costs
  • Alcohol of different %s

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