Altering gain of the infralimbic-to-accumbens shell circuit alters economically dissociable decision-making algorithms [Neuroscience]

The nucleus accumbens shell (NAcSh) is involved in reward valuation. Excitatory projections from infralimbic cortex (IL) to NAcSh undergo synaptic remodeling in rodent models of addiction and enable the extinction of disadvantageous behaviors. However, how the strength of synaptic transmission of the IL–NAcSh circuit affects decision-making information processing and reward…


Note from Journals.Today : This content has been auto-generated from a syndicated feed.