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Department of Psychology pres.

CCN Forum: Developmental tuning of action selection.

Catherine A. Hartley, Assistant Professor of Psychology and Neural Science, NYU

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Computational reinforcement learning models provide a framework for understanding how individuals can evaluate which actions are beneficial and which are best avoided. To date, these models have primarily been leveraged to understand learning and decision-making in adults. In this talk, I will present studies characterizing developmental changes, from childhood to adulthood, in the cognitive representations and computations engaged to evaluate and select actions. I will discuss how these changes may optimize behavior for an individual’s developmental stage and unique life experiences.

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