Figure 3. Stress-Induced Differences in the Influence of Taste on Self-Control Choice Behavior and Neural Activity

Contributed by silvia.maier on Dec. 12, 2017

Collection: Acute Stress Impairs Self-Control in Goal-Directed Choice by Altering Multiple Functional Connections within the Brain’s Decision Circuits

Communities: nutritional

Description: The statistical parametric maps show two regions of the vStr (left) and Amyg (right) where the correlation with relative taste value is higher in the stress compared to control group (p < 0.05 SVC). The color scale represents t statistics derived from 5,000 permutations of the data.

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