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Modeling task-specific manifestations of serotonin in basal ganglia using risk-based decision making
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- Published: 21 July 2014
- Basal Ganglion
- Abstract Model
- Behavioural Inhibition
- Reward Sensitivity
- Future Reward
We propose a significant role of the reduced 5HT levels  in addition to DA to accurately explain the observed sensitivity profile  (Refer Fig. 1B). Shown here is that the 5HT-DA model (α > 0) captures the experiment profile  better than just a DA model of BG (α = 0). This model infers that 5HT along with DA contributes to the PD patients' reward-punishment sensitivity (Fig. 1A,B).
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