It’s not what you expect: feedback negativity is independent of reward expectation and affective responsivity in a non-probabilistic task

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Highsmith, Jonathan M.; Wuensch, Karl L.; Tran, Tuan; Stephenson, Alexandra J.; Everhart, D. Erik;

ERP studies commonly utilize gambling-based reinforcement tasks to elicit feedback negativity (FN) responses. This study used a pattern learning task in order to limit gambling-related fallacious reasoning and possible affective responses to gambling, while investigatin... View more
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