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1

Amygdala links aversive and appetitive stimuli with
______________________

physiologic responses, action patterns, perceptions, and predictions

2

The Insula constitutes primary olfactory, gustatory, and
visceral sensory cortex. Links between ______________

insula, VMPFC,
and amygdala relate these senses to emotion

3

VMPFC and ventral striatum are (respectively) critical for
generating and reinforcing predicitons about the ______________

risks and rewards associated with actions

4

____________ links aversive and appetitive stimuli with
physiologic responses, action patterns, perceptions, and
predictions

Amygdala

5

________________ signals
contribute to synaptic plasticity and associative learning in
the amygdala, ventral striatum, and VMPFC

VTA (reward and punishment and salience)

6

The ______________ constitutes primary olfactory, gustatory, and
visceral sensory cortex. Links between insula, VMPFC,
and amygdala relate these senses to emotion

Insula

7

____________ are (respectively) critical for
generating and reinforcing predicitons about the risks and
rewards associated with actions

VMPFC and ventral striatum

8

Amygdala links _____________ stimuli with
physiologic responses, action patterns, perceptions, and
predictions

aversive and appetitive

9

The Insula constitutes ____________. Links between insula, VMPFC,
and amygdala relate these senses to emotion

primary olfactory, gustatory, and
visceral sensory cortex

10

VTA (reward and punishment and salience) signals
_______________ in
the amygdala, ventral striatum, and VMPFC

contribute to synaptic plasticity and associative learning

11

VMPFC and ventral striatum are (respectively) critical for
_____________ about the risks and rewards associated with actions

generating and reinforcing predicitons

12

These structures interact with one another to develop
complex autonomic, sensory, and motor behaviors that
constitute behavioral anticipation of appetitive and aversive events

These structures interact with one another to develop
complex autonomic, sensory, and motor behaviors that
constitute behavioral anticipation of appetitive and aversive events