THE COGNITIVE EFFECTS OF A PROMISED BONUS DO NOT DEPEND ON DOPAMINE SYNTHESIS CAPACITY

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Description: It is often assumed that a monetary bonus may improve cognitive control. Here, we aim to replicate the finding that motivation can also undermine cognitive control, depending on baseline levels of dopamine synthesis capacity in the striatum.

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AUTHORS: Lieke Hofmans, Ruben van den Bosch, Jessica I. Määttä, Robbert-Jan Verkes, Esther Aarts, Roshan Cools Replication attempt of an earlier study. Original study: Esther Aarts, Deanna L. Wallace, Linh C. Dang, William Jagust, Roshan Cools, and Mark D'Esposito (2014). Dopamine and the cognitive downside of a promised bonus. Psychol Sci 25: 1003-1009? ABSTRACT Reward motivation is known to enha...

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