Figure 2. Effect of serotonin activation on waiting for delayed reward

20 Aug 2014

Figure 2. Effect of serotonin activation on waiting for delayed reward

The mouse easily could wait for 3 and 6 seconds to receive delayed food. When the duration was 9 seconds, the failure in waiting significantly increased. When serotonin neurons were activated with light stimulation during the 9-second delay, the number of reward wait failures significantly decreased.

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