Judgment Task, Called Reversal Learning, Diminishes as Huntington’s Advances, Study Suggests
Dec 22, 2016 09:33 am | Joana Fernandes, PhD
The ability to apply reversal learning, which involves adapting behavior according to changes in stimulus-reward situations, appears to be diminished in patients with Huntington’s disease and to worsen as the disease progresses, according to new research. This study, “Reversal Learning Reveals Cognitive Deficits And Altered Prediction Error Encoding In The Ventral Striatum In Huntington’s Disease,” was published in […]
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