Examining value-based choices at the level of individual neurons in the human brain

New research published by investigators at Cedars-Sinai advances scientific understanding of how the brain weighs decisions involving what people like or value, such as choosing which book to read, which restaurant to pick for lunch—or even, which slot machine to play in a casino. Published today in the journal Nature Human Behaviour, this study involved recording the activity of individual human neurons.

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