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Neural basis of somatosensory target detection independent of uncertainty, relevance, and reports
Pia Schröder et al.
Neural correlates of somatosensory target detection are restricted to secondary somatosensory cortex, whereas activity in insular, cingulate, and motor regions reflects stimulus uncertainty and overt reports.
Distinct neural mechanisms underlie subjective and objective recollection and guide memory-based decision making
Yana Fandakova et al.
Neural substrates of objective vs. subjective memory states can be distinguished, including their role in supporting decisions aimed at optimizing performance.
Decision Making: Changing our minds about changes of mind
Stephen M. Fleming
Private–public mappings in human prefrontal cortex
Dan Bang et al.
A distinction between private and public aspects of mental states is reflected in a medial-lateral division of human prefrontal cortex.
Preparation for upcoming attentional states in the hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex
Eren Günseli, Mariam Aly
Memory guides attention by enabling preparation for upcoming states in the hippocampus and medial prefrontal cortex.
Damage to the right insula disrupts the perception of affective touch
Louise P Kirsch et al.
Lesion analyses in right hemisphere stroke patients reveal the crucial role of the right anterior and posterior insula in the perception of affective touch.
The control of tonic pain by active relief learning
Suyi Zhang et al.
The brain has a central cortico-striatal learning circuit that suppresses ongoing pain after injury when actively learning about things that could remove the cause of the pain.
A common mechanism underlies changes of mind about decisions and confidence
Ronald van den Berg et al.
Initial confidence and choice in a decision, and their potential revision, arise from a common mechanism that challenges models that claim confidence and decision processes are dissociated.
Mesolimbic confidence signals guide perceptual learning in the absence of external feedback
Matthias Guggenmos et al.
Neural confidence signals can take the role of reward signals and explain perceptual learning without external feedback as a form of internal reinforcement learning.
Visual attention modulates the integration of goal-relevant evidence and not value
Pradyumna Sepulveda et al.
Visual attention modulates the integration of the evidence that is most useful for achieving a goal in both perceptual and value-based decisions.
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