Amygdala may be involved in rewarding novel input

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Some amygdala neurons that respond to rewarding visual stimuli also respond to relatively novel visual stimuli and they may implement the reward value that novel stimuli have (FAW Wilson & ET Rolls, in preparation; Rolls 1999a, 2000b).

Author: Edmund T. Rolls

Title: Memory systems in the brain

Link: http://docplayer.net/46038895-Memory-systems-in-the-brain.html