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Dopamine is known to be an important neurochemical for reward processing and movement. However, the relationship between these two processes is not yet fully understood.

An article from the Walton Lab, published in Nature Neuroscience this week, shows for the first time that dopamine release only increases in anticipation of future benefits if and when an appropriate action is initiated.  

Read more (Department of Experimental Psychology website)