Ventral (but not dorsal) striatum. For judging between two gains that vary but not used for judging between gain and loss. Can impair recognition of danger. Impaired in ADHD and … wait what’s this? “It is widely accepted that the striatum of the basal ganglia is a primary substrate for the learning and performance of skills. We provide evidence that two regions of the rat striatum, ventral and dorsal, play distinct roles in instrumental conditioning (skill learning), with the ventral striatum being critical for learning and the dorsal striatum being important for performance but, notably, not for learning. This implies an actor (dorsal) versus director (ventral) division of labor, which is a new variant of the widely discussed actor-critic architecture. Our results also imply that the successful performance of a skill can ultimately result in its establishment as a habit outside the basal ganglia.” https://www.pnas.org/content/115/52/E12398

Ventral (but not dorsal) striatum. For judging between two gains that vary but not used for judging between gain and loss. Can impair recognition of danger.
Impaired in ADHD and … wait what’s this?
“It is widely accepted that the striatum of the basal ganglia is a primary substrate for the learning and performance of skills. We provide evidence that two regions of the rat striatum, ventral and dorsal, play distinct roles in instrumental conditioning (skill learning), with the ventral striatum being critical for learning and the dorsal striatum being important for performance but, notably, not for learning. This implies an actor (dorsal) versus director (ventral) division of labor, which is a new variant of the widely discussed actor-critic architecture. Our results also imply that the successful performance of a skill can ultimately result in its establishment as a habit outside the basal ganglia.”
https://www.pnas.org/content/115/52/E12398

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