All Relations between decision making and reward

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Xingche Guo, Donglin Zeng, Yuanjia Wan. A Semiparametric Inverse Reinforcement Learning Approach to Characterize Decision Making for Mental Disorders. Journal of the American Statistical Association. vol 119. issue 545. 2024-05-06. PMID:38706706. motivated by the probabilistic reward task (prt) experiment in the embarc study, we propose a semiparametric inverse reinforcement learning (rl) approach to characterize the reward-based decision-making of mdd patients. 2024-05-06 2024-05-08 human
Ahmad Mayeli, Yiming Wang, Simona Graur, Merage Ghane, Ahmadreza Keihani, Allison Kim, Sabine Janssen, Chloe Huston, Brian A Coffman, Fabio Ferrarelli, Mary L Phillip. Effects of theta burst stimulation on reward processing and decision-making in bipolar disorder: A pilot study. Brain stimulation. 2024-02-09. PMID:38336341. effects of theta burst stimulation on reward processing and decision-making in bipolar disorder: a pilot study. 2024-02-09 2024-02-12 Not clear
Samantha M Ayoub, Avraham M Libster, Samuel A Barnes, Stephanie C Dulawa, Jared W Youn. Sex differences in risk-based decision-making and the modulation of risk preference by dopamine-2 like receptors in rats. Neuropharmacology. 2024-02-07. PMID:38325772. preclinical risk-based decision-making paradigms have identified the important modulatory roles of dopamine and sex in the performance of such tasks, though specific task parameters may alter such effects (e.g., punishment and reward values). 2024-02-07 2024-02-10 human
Colin W Hoy, Coralie de Hemptinne, Sarah S Wang, Catherine J Harmer, Mathew A J Apps, Masud Husain, Philip A Starr, Simon Littl. Beta and theta oscillations track effort and previous reward in human basal ganglia and prefrontal cortex during decision making. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2023-12-18. PMID:38106063. beta and theta oscillations track effort and previous reward in human basal ganglia and prefrontal cortex during decision making. 2023-12-18 2023-12-21 human
Colin W Hoy, Coralie de Hemptinne, Sarah S Wang, Catherine J Harmer, Mathew A J Apps, Masud Husain, Philip A Starr, Simon Littl. Beta and theta oscillations track effort and previous reward in human basal ganglia and prefrontal cortex during decision making. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2023-12-18. PMID:38106063. here, we investigate this with chronic intracranial recordings from prefrontal cortex (pfc) and basal ganglia (bg; subthalamic nuclei and globus pallidus) in people with parkinson's disease performing a decision-making task with offers that varied in levels of reward and physical effort required. 2023-12-18 2023-12-21 human
Helena Jorge, Isabel C Duarte, Miguel Melo, Ana Paula Relvas, Miguel Castelo-Branc. Trust-based health decision-making recruits the neural interoceptive saliency network which relates to temporal trajectories of Hemoglobin A1C in Diabetes Type 1. Brain imaging and behavior. 2023-11-13. PMID:37957514. we conclude that the neural correlates of health-consequent decision-making domain involve limbic and reward related dopaminergic regions in type 1 diabetes mellitus. 2023-11-13 2023-11-20 Not clear
Davide Folloni, Elsa Fouragnan, Marco K Wittmann, Lea Roumazeilles, Lev Tankelevitch, Lennart Verhagen, David Attali, Jean-François Aubry, Jerome Sallet, Matthew F S Rushwort. Ultrasound modulation of macaque prefrontal cortex selectively alters credit assignment-related activity and behavior. Science advances. vol 7. issue 51. 2023-11-07. PMID:34910510. by contrast, global reward state–related activity in the adjacent anterior insula remained intact and determined decision-making after prefrontal disruption. 2023-11-07 2023-11-08 monkey
Patrick J Mulholland, Stefano Berto, Phillip A Wilmarth, Christopher McMahan, Lauren E Ball, John J Woodwar. Adaptor protein complex 2 in the orbitofrontal cortex predicts alcohol use disorder. Molecular psychiatry. 2023-09-07. PMID:37679472. among these, the orbitofrontal cortex (ofc) is critically involved in goal-directed behavior and is thought to maintain a representation of reward value that guides decision making. 2023-09-07 2023-10-07 mouse
R James Stubbs, Graham Horgan, Eric Robinson, Mark Hopkins, Clarissa Dakin, Graham Finlayso. Diet composition and energy intake in humans. Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological sciences. vol 378. issue 1888. 2023-09-04. PMID:37661746. neuropsychological constructs including food reward (liking, wanting and learning), reactive and reflective decision making, in the context of asymmetric energy balance regulation, give more comprehensive explanations of how environmental superabundance of foods containing mixtures of readily assimilated fats and carbohydrates and caloric beverages elevate ei through combined hedonic, affective, cognitive and physiological mechanisms. 2023-09-04 2023-09-07 Not clear
Laura Lopez-Cruz, Benjamin U Phillips, Jonathan M Hailwood, Lisa M Saksida, Christopher J Heath, Timothy J Busse. Refining the study of decision-making in animals: differential effects of d-amphetamine and haloperidol in a novel touchscreen-automated Rearing-Effort Discounting (RED) task and the Fixed-Ratio Effort Discounting (FRED) task. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2023-08-29. PMID:37644210. results from dopaminergic (haloperidol and d-amphetamine), behavioral (changes in the order of effort demand; fixed-ratio schedule in fred or response height in red), and dietary manipulations (reward devaluation by pre-feeding) were consistent with the presence of variables that may complicate interpretation of conventional decision-making tasks, and demonstrate how red appears to minimize such variables. 2023-08-29 2023-09-07 mouse
Virginie J Oberto, Jumpei Matsumoto, Marco N Pompili, Ralitsa Todorova, Francesco Papaleo, Hisao Nishijo, Laurent Venance, Marie Vandecasteele, Sidney I Wiene. Rhythmic oscillations in the midbrain dopaminergic nuclei in mice. Frontiers in cellular neuroscience. vol 17. 2023-07-10. PMID:37426551. dopamine release in the forebrain by midbrain ventral tegmental nucleus (vta) and substantia nigra pars compacta (snc) neurons is implicated in reward processing, goal-directed learning, and decision-making. 2023-07-10 2023-08-14 mouse
Patrick J Mulholland, Stefano Berto, Phillip A Wilmarth, Christopher McMahan, Lauren E Ball, John J Woodwar. Adaptor protein complex 2 in the orbitofrontal cortex predicts alcohol use disorder. bioRxiv : the preprint server for biology. 2023-07-03. PMID:37398482. among these, the orbitofrontal cortex (ofc) is critically involved in goal-directed behavior and is thought to maintain a representation of reward value that guides decision making. 2023-07-03 2023-08-14 human
Jianguang Zeng, Lantao You, Haoxuan Sheng, Ya Luo, Xun Yan. The differential neural substrates for reward choice under gain-loss contexts and risk in alcohol use disorder: Evidence from a voxel-based meta-analysis. Drug and alcohol dependence. vol 248. 2023-05-14. PMID:37182355. although disrupted reward processing in mesolimbic dopamine circuitry is suggested to underlie pathological incentive processing in patients with alcohol use disorder (aud), the differential neural processes subserving these motivational tendencies for risk situations or gain/loss choices in decision-making have not been identified. 2023-05-14 2023-08-14 Not clear
Ya Fang, Xinyu Huang, Xin Wang, Ziying Li, Yaru Guo, Chunyan Zhu, Yuejia Luo, Kai Wang, Fengqiong Y. Potentiated processing of reward related decision making in depression is attenuated by suicidal ideation. Psychiatry research. Neuroimaging. vol 332. 2023-04-13. PMID:37054494. potentiated processing of reward related decision making in depression is attenuated by suicidal ideation. 2023-04-13 2023-08-14 Not clear
Aviv M Weinstei. Reward, motivation and brain imaging in human healthy participants - A narrative review. Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience. vol 17. 2023-04-10. PMID:37035621. the medial and lateral pre-frontal cortex (pfc) integrate motivation and cognitive control during decision-making and the dorsolateral pfc (dlpfc) integrates and transmits signals of reward to the mesolimbic and meso-cortical dopamine circuits and initiates motivated behavior. 2023-04-10 2023-08-14 human
Mana Oguchi, Toru Takahashi, Yusuke Nitta, Hiroaki Kuman. Moderating effect of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder tendency on the relationship between delay discounting and procrastination in young adulthood. Heliyon. vol 9. issue 4. 2023-04-07. PMID:37025860. adhd is characterized by attention as well as suboptimal decision-making deficits, indicating difficulty in making long-term reward choices. 2023-04-07 2023-08-14 human
Zahra Fatahi, Mohammad Fatahi, Mirmohammadali Mirramezani Alizamini, Ahmad Ghorbani, Mohammad Ismail Zibaii, Abbas Haghparas. Exogenous Cannabinoids Impair Effort-Related Decision-Making via Affecting Neural Synchronization between the Anterior Cingulate Cortex and Nucleus Accumbens. Brain sciences. vol 13. issue 3. 2023-03-29. PMID:36979223. in this study, neural synchronization and functional connectivity between the nac and acc while endeavor-related decision-making and reaching reward were evaluated. 2023-03-29 2023-08-14 Not clear
Tanja A Stamm, Julia Partheymüller, Erika Mosor, Valentin Ritschl, Sylvia Kritzinger, Alessia Alunno, Jakob-Moritz Eber. Determinants of COVID-19 vaccine fatigue. Nature medicine. 2023-03-27. PMID:36973410. among the unvaccinated, campaign messages conveying community spirit had a positive effect (0.343, confidence interval (ci) 0.019-0.666), whereas offering positive incentives, such as a cash reward (0.722, ci 0.429-1.014) or voucher (0.670, ci 0.373-0.967), was pivotal to the decision-making of those vaccinated once or twice. 2023-03-27 2023-08-14 human
S A Galkin, N A Bokha. [Features of the reward-based decision-making in patients with alcohol use disorders]. Zhurnal nevrologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova. vol 123. issue 2. 2023-02-27. PMID:36843457. given the importance of the insufficiency of cognitive functions, primarily the decision-making process based on reward, among the risk factors of addictive pathology, increasing the severity of alcoholism, reducing the effectiveness of its therapy and rehabilitation, research in this direction is extremely relevant. 2023-02-27 2023-08-14 Not clear
Hartej Gill, Roger S McIntyre, Colin Hawco, Nelson B Rodrigues, Barjot Gill, Joshua D DiVincenzo, Jonathan M Lieberman, CéAnn A Marks, Danielle S Cha, Orly Lipsitz, Hana Nazal, Ashitija Jasrai, Joshua D Rosenblat, Rodrigo B Mansu. Evaluating the neural substrates of effort-expenditure for reward in adults with major depressive disorder and obesity. Psychiatry research. Neuroimaging. vol 329. 2023-01-28. PMID:36708594. we evaluated the association between effort-expenditure for monetary reward and neural activation in regions associated with reward-based decision making (i.e., the caudate nucleus, anterior cingulate cortex (acc) and hippocampus) in people with mdd and obesity comorbidity. 2023-01-28 2023-08-14 human