Yale School of Medicine
D. Lee Lab
Daeyeol Lee, PhD
Professor Adjunct in Neuroscience
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Welcome to the Lee Lab
Deviations from the choices predicted from a simple reinforcement learning (left, color-coded) can be beneficial in countering the exploitation by an opponent during competitive games (right).
Neural activity related to reinforcement and punishment in the medial prefrontal cortex during a biased matching pennies task (Seo and Lee, 2009).
Anatomical distribution of neurons in the primate dorsolateral prefrontal cortex that encode multiple types of value signals during intertemporal choice (from Kim et al., 2012).
Encoding of hypothetical outcomes in the primate orbitofrontal cortex during a computer-simulated rock-paper-scissors task (Abe and Lee, 2011).
Photo by Brad Clift