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Neurobiology of Sensation and Reward
Gottfried, Jay A. (Edt)
CRC Press / Hardcover / 2011-03-01 / 1420067265
Neuroscience
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Synthesizing coverage of sensation and reward into a comprehensive systems overview, Neurobiology of Sensation and Reward presents a cutting-edge and multidisciplinary approach to the interplay of sensory and reward processing in the brain. While over the past 70 years these areas have drifted apart, this book makes a case for reuniting sensation and reward by highlighting the important links and interface between the two.

Emphasizing the role of reward in reinforcing behaviors, the book begins with an exploration of the history, ecology, and evolution of sensation and reward. Progressing through the five senses, contributors explore how the brain extracts information from sensory cues. The chapter authors examine how different animal species predict rewards, thereby integrating sensation and reward in learning, focusing on effects in anatomy, physiology, and behavior.

Drawing on empirical research, contributors build on the themes of the book to present insights into the human sensory rewards of perfume, art, and music, setting the scene for further cross-disciplinary collaborations that bridge the neurobiological interface between sensation and reward.

Table of Contents

First Principles

Introduction: From Traditional Fixed Cortical Sensationism to Contemporary Plasticity of Primary Sensory Cortical Representations, Norman M. Weinberger and Kasia M. Bieszczad

A Brief History of Sensation and Reward, Lawrence E. Marks

Reward: What Is It? How Can It Be Inferred from Behavior? Norman M. White

What Can Different Brains Do with Reward? Elisabeth A. Murray, Steven P. Wise, and Sarah E.V. Rhodes

A Systems Organization of the Senses

Smell, Jay A. Gottfried and Donald A. Wilson

Taste, Donald B. Katz and Brian F. Sadacca

Touch, Steven Hsiao and Manuel Gomez-Ramirez

Sight, Christina S. Konen and Sabine Kastner

Sound, Corrie R. Camalier and Jon H. Kaas

Sensory Agnosias, H. Branch Coslett

From Sensation to Reward

Neuroanatomy of Reward: A View from the Ventral Striatum, Suzanne N. Haber

Multiple Reward Layers in Food Reinforcement, Ivan E. de Araujo

Sensation, Incentive Learning, and the Motivational Control of Goal-directed Action, Bernard W. Balleine

Reward Predictions and Computations, John P. O’Doherty

Orbitofrontal Cortex and Outcome Expectancies: Optimizing Behavior and Sensory Perception, Geoffrey Schoenbaum, Matthew R. Roesch, Tom A. Stalnaker, and Yuji K. Takahashi

The Neurology of Value, Lesley K. Fellows

Civilized Sensory Rewards (Distinctly Human Rewards)

Perfume, Rachel S. Herz

Visual Art, Anjan Chatterjee

Music, David H. Zald and Robert J. Zatorre

Index

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