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An Exploration of the Neural Bases of Memory Representations of Reward and Context

Raymond P. Kesner

An Exploration of the Neural Bases of Memory Representations of Reward and Context

Raymond P. Kesner

Department of PsychologyUniversity of Utah

The question to be addressed in this conference is how memory representations can aid in the appreciation of reinforcement. There are likely to be multiple memory components associated with the representation of reinforcement and its consequences. Some of the more important components would include affect as influenced by reward value, spatial-temporal context, and sensory-perceptual and linguistic content of the information to be remembered. How are these components of memory represented in the brain ...

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