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by Eliot Stellar,James R. Stellar

eBook The Neurobiology of Motivation and Reward download ISBN: 0387960929
Author: Eliot Stellar,James R. Stellar
Publisher: Springer; 1985 edition (March 12, 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 255
ePub: 1905 kb
Fb2: 1865 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Medics
Subcategory: Medicine

This book was conceived many years ago as an abstract goal for a father-son team when the father was working in university . The Neurobiology of Motivation and Reward. Authors: Stellar, James.

This book was conceived many years ago as an abstract goal for a father-son team when the father was working in university administration and the son was just getting into the academic business. eBook 51,16 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

James R. Stellar, Eliot Stellar. Pages 1-5. A Brief History of Motivation and Reward Concepts. James R. Behavioral Aspects of Motivation and Reward. This special relationship between the authors gave us an extra dimension of pleasure in writing the book, and it would delight us if it gave anyone else an extra dimension of enjoyment from reading it. One thing we hope happens is that anyone or simply considering entering similar considering a similar partnership, of this book as encouragement. Such re­ fields, will take the existence lationships are highly satisfying if both parties take care to protect the partnership.

This book was conceived many years ago as an abstract goal for a father-son team when the father was working in university administration and the son was just getting into the academic business

This book was conceived many years ago as an abstract goal for a father-son team when the father was working in university administration and the son was just getting into the academic business. Eventually, the father returned to the laboratory, the son began to get his feet on the ground, and the goal became concrete. Now the work is finished, and our book enters the literature as, we hope, a valuable contribution to understanding the terribly complex and subtle problem of the neuro biology of motivated behaviors

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The Neurobiology of Motivation and Reward. By James R. Stellar and Eliot Stellar. Pp. 255; illustrated; DM 11. Springer-Verlag; New York. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 July 2009.

This book was conceived many years ago as an abstract goal for a father-son team when the father was working in university administration and the son was just . Books related to The Neurobiology of Motivation and Reward. Now the work is finished, and our book enters the literature as, we hope, a valuable contribution to understanding the terribly complex and subtle problem of the neuro­ biology of motivated behaviors.

Eliot Stellar, American physiological psychologist, educator. The Neurobiology of Motivation and Reward )

Eliot Stellar, American physiological psychologist, educator. Recipient Distinguished Achievement award Brown University Graduate School, Distinguished Scientist award International Union Physiological Sciences, 1986, Gold medal American Psychological Foundation for life achievement in psychological science, 1993. The Neurobiology of Motivation and Reward ) This book was conceived many years ago as an abstract goal for a father-son team when the father was working in university administration and the son was just getting into the academic business.

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In adults, reward promotes a shift to a proactive control strategy and better cognitive control performance.

October 1985 · Science. In adults, reward promotes a shift to a proactive control strategy and better cognitive control performance. It is unclear whether children and adolescents will respond to reward in the same way. Using fMRI methodology, we explored whether children and adolescents would demonstrate a shift to proactive control in the context of reward. We tested 22 children, 20 adolescents, and 23 adults. In contrast to our hypothesis, children, adolescents, and adults all demonstrated a shift to proactive cognitive control in the context of reward.

This book was conceived many years ago as an abstract goal for a father-son team when the father was working in university administration and the son was just getting into the academic business. Eventually, the father returned to the laboratory, the son began to get his feet on the ground, and the goal became concrete. Now the work is finished, and our book enters the literature as, we hope, a valuable contribution to understanding the terribly complex and subtle problem of the neuro­ biology of motivated behaviors. We would also like the book to stand as a personal mark of a cooperative relationship between father and son. This special relationship between the authors gave us an extra dimension of pleasure in writing the book, and it would delight us if it gave anyone else an extra dimension of enjoyment from reading it. One thing we hope happens is that anyone or simply considering entering similar considering a similar partnership, of this book as encouragement. Such re­ fields, will take the existence lationships are highly satisfying if both parties take care to protect the partnership. When we actually sat down to write the book, we were humbled by the immense literature and the smallness of both our conceived space for putting it down and of our brains for processing all the information.