Contact: Deborah Williams-Hedges
California Institute of Technology
Caption: Caltech researchers used a combination of computational modeling and behavioral and fMRI data to pick apart the roles of various brain regions involved in a type of behavioral control. The circles (some bearing coins) and shaded squares relate to a decision-making task given to subjects in the study.
Credit: Caltech/Sang Wan Lee/Neuron/Elsevier
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