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Does dopamine signal become stronger when goal distance is defined using time?
Howe et al (2013) found that a dopamine signal becomes stronger as a goal is approached. The experiment involved rats running in a maze. If the rats were close to solving the maze, the dopamine signal ...
Aug 9 '13 at 1:51
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