dopamine receptors, they can figure out how to bypass learned behaviors and increase motivation.The Japanese study included Dr.
Yukiko Hori of National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan, and her colleagues. Their research led to a greater understanding of how the reward system evaluates cost-benefit trade-offs.
Their findings have been published in the journal PLoS Biology.Dr. Hori explains the purpose of their research: “Mental responses such as ‘feeling more costly and being too lazy to act’ are often a problem in patients with mental disorders such as depression, and the solution lies in the better understanding of what causes such responses.Read more on powerofpositivity.com