Less reward, more aversion when learning tricky tasks

We can easily learn by seeking reward or avoiding punishment. But either way, we’d rather have any task be easy. A new study finds a direct behavioral and physiological linkage between those inclinations: When even subtle conflict made an experimental task harder, it affected the perception of reward and punishment, skewing how subjects learned the task. —> Read More Here


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