Expected uncertainty drives phasic and tonic exploration in Rhesus Macaques during probabilistic learning Public Deposited

In changing environments, adaptive decision-making requires balancing when to choose familiar, known options with when to explore new, unknown options. This balancing act, known as the explore-exploit tradeoff, is critical to how we make choices that can maximize reward. Specifically, exploration supports optimal decision-making by reducing the uncertainty associated with previously unknown choices.


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  • Bindas.Sylvie.2021.pdf
  • https://doi.org/10.6083/gm80hw03b
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  • 2021
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