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Researchers trained mice to control seemingly random bursts of dopamine in their brains, challenging theories of reward and learning

By David Kleinfeld, Professor of Physics and Neurobiology, University of California San Diego
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Mouse brains produce random, strong bursts of dopamine and are able to control them. This may challenge many long-held ideas about learning and motivation.


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