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000172587 037__ $$aARTICLE
000172587 245__ $$aRisk and risk prediction error signals in anterior insula
000172587 269__ $$a2010
000172587 260__ $$bSpringer-Verlag$$c2010
000172587 336__ $$aReviews
000172587 500__ $$aNational Licences
000172587 520__ $$aMost accounts of the function of anterior insula in the human brain refer to concepts that are difficult to formalize, such as feelings and awareness. The discovery of signals that reflect risk assessment and risk learning, however, opens the door to formal analysis. Hitherto, activations have been correlated with objective versions of risk and risk prediction error, but subjective versions (influenced by pessimism/optimism or risk aversion/tolerance) exist. Activation in closely related cortical structures has been found to be both objective (anterior cingulate cortex) and subjective (inferior frontal gyrus). For this quantitative analysis of uncertainty-induced neuronal activation to further understanding of insula's role in feelings and awareness, however, formalization and documentation of the relation between uncertainty and feelings/awareness will be needed. One obvious starting point is the link with failure anxiety and error awareness.
000172587 6531_ $$aAnterior insula
000172587 6531_ $$aRisk
000172587 6531_ $$aRisk prediction error
000172587 6531_ $$aAmbiguity
000172587 6531_ $$aUncertainty
000172587 6531_ $$aDecision-Making
000172587 6531_ $$aNeural Basis
000172587 6531_ $$aDopamine Neurons
000172587 6531_ $$aReward
000172587 6531_ $$aUncertainty
000172587 6531_ $$aActivation
000172587 6531_ $$aAversion
000172587 6531_ $$aDifferentiation
000172587 6531_ $$aProbability
000172587 6531_ $$aAwareness
000172587 700__ $$g181386$$uCALTECH, Pasadena, CA 91125 USA$$aBossaerts, Peter$$0241931
000172587 773__ $$j214$$tBrain Structure & Function$$q645-653
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