The effect of serotonin on promoting waiting depends on the reward probability

31 May 2018
Andrew Scott

Figure 1: With a 25% probability of reward, the nose-poke time in no-food trials did not change even if serotonin neurons were activated (left). But with a 75% reward probability, the nose-poke time during no-food trials increased when serotonin neurons were activated (right).

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