The Neurobiology Of Changing Priorities In A Songbird

Dopamine neurons fire differently when there are multiple rewards. Professor Goldberg, associate professor of neurobiology and behavior and Robert R. Capranica Fellow in the College of Arts and Sciences stated, “What we did that was new to my knowledge, is we were less interested in how an animal achieves a given objective and more interested in what happens when multiple objectives are on the table”.  To read the original article in Forbes

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