Learning of distant state predictions by the orbitofrontal cortex in humans

Description: Group-level SPM maps from the primary contrasts. Here, we show using fMRI that while participants learned to find rewards in multiple different Y-maze environments, hippocampal activity was highest during initial exposure and then decayed across the remaining repetitions of each maze, consistent with a role in rapid encoding. Multivariate patterns in the OFC-VPFC came to represent predictive information about upcoming states approximately 30 s in the future.

Related article: http://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-019-10597-z

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Related article DOI10.1038/s41467-019-10597-z
Related article authorsG. Elliott Wimmer and Christian Büchel
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