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Author: Melissa J Sharpe
- ORCiD: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5375-2076
- Most recently observed institution: University of California, Los Angeles
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Dopamine transients delivered in learning contexts do not act as model-free prediction errorsneuroscience more details view paper
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Causal evidence supporting the proposal that dopamine transients function as a temporal difference prediction errorneuroscience more details view paper
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