Data from: Autocorrelation structure at rest predicts value correlates of single neurons during reward-guided choice

Sean E. Cavanagh, Joni D. Wallis, Steven W. Kennerley & Laurence T. Hunt
Correlates of value are routinely observed in the prefrontal cortex (PFC) during reward-guided decision making. In previous work (Hunt et al., 2015), we argued that PFC correlates of chosen value are a consequence of varying rates of a dynamical evidence accumulation process. Yet within PFC, there is substantial variability in chosen value correlates across individual neurons. Here we show that this variability is explained by neurons having different temporal receptive fields of integration, indexed by...
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