Oscillation models of reward-related timing

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Recent advancements in the field of timing and time perception have paved the way for an insightful integration of interval timing, decision making, reinforcement learning, and memory storage across various levels of analysis, including systems, cellular, and molecular levels. In their review, Bin Yin and colleagues (2022) provide a comprehensive overview of oscillation models, such as the striatal beat-frequent/coincident-detection (SBF) and coupled excitatory/inhibitory oscillation (EIO) models, and present a unified model that considers the interactions between corticostriatal and corticocerebellar circuits.

We dedicate this paper to our collaborator and mentor, Professor Warren H. Meck.


Yin, B., Shi, Z., Wang, Y., & Meck, W. H. (2022). Oscillation/coincidence-detection models of reward-related timing in corticostriatal circuits. Timing & Time Perception, 1–43. https://doi.org/10.1163/22134468-bja10057