publication . Other literature type . Article . 2013

Temporal Characteristics of the Influence of Punishment on Perceptual Decision Making in the Human Brain

Blank, H.; Guido, B.; Heekeren, H.R.; Philiastides, M.G.;
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  • Published: 27 Feb 2013
  • Publisher: Society for Neuroscience
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
Perceptual decision making is the process by which information from sensory systems is combined and used to influence our behavior. In addition to the sensory input, this process can be affected by other factors, such as reward and punishment for correct and incorrect responses. To investigate the temporal dynamics of how monetary punishment influences perceptual decision making in humans, we collected electroencephalography (EEG) data during a perceptual categorization task whereby the punishment level for incorrect responses was parametrically manipulated across blocks of trials. Behaviorally, we observed improved accuracy for high relative to low punishment l...
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Medical Subject Headings: psychological phenomena and processesbehavioral disciplines and activitiessocial sciencesbehavior and behavior mechanisms
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