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. 2009 Aug 5;3:18.
doi: 10.3389/neuro.09.018.2009. eCollection 2009.

Post-choice Revaluation of Hedonic Preferences: Insights From Functional Imaging

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Post-choice Revaluation of Hedonic Preferences: Insights From Functional Imaging

Vinod Venkatraman et al. Front Hum Neurosci. .
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Illustration of the anatomical variability in activation of the caudate nucleus across the various contrasts in Sharot et al. (2009) study. Voxel-sized boxes (2 × 2 × 3 mm) centered on the peak co-ordinates for each of the contrasts are overlaid in red on the SPM5 T1 template brain. The right caudate nucleus, defined according to the Talairach Daemon atlas using the WFU PickAtlas tool, is additionally overlaid in blue. Slices are displayed from y = −24 to y = 24 in increments of 4 mm.

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