Coordinated activation of premotor and ventromedial prefrontal cortices during vicarious reward.

Abstract:

:The vicarious reward we receive from watching likable others obtaining a positive outcome is a pervasive phenomenon, yet its neural correlates are poorly understood. Here, we conducted a series of functional magnetic resonance imaging experiments to test the hypothesis that the brain areas responsible for action observation and reward processing work in a coordinated fashion during vicarious reward. In the first experiment (manipulation phase), the participant was instructed to cheer for a particular player in a two-player competitive game (Rock-Paper-Scissors). This manipulation made participants feel more unity with that player and resulted in unity-related activation in the premotor area during action observation. In the following main experiment, the participant witnessed the previously cheered-for or non-cheered-for player succeed in a new solitary game (a stopwatch game). The ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) was activated when the cheered-for player succeeded in the game but not when the other player did. Interestingly, this vmPFC activation was functionally connected with premotor activation only during the cheered-for player's success. These results suggest that vicarious reward is processed in the vmPFC-premotor network, which is activated specifically by the success of the other person with whom the individual feels unity and closeness.

authors

Shimada S,Matsumoto M,Takahashi H,Yomogida Y,Matsumoto K

doi

10.1093/scan/nsv134

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2016-03-01 00:00:00

pages

508-15

issue

3

eissn

1749-5016

issn

1749-5024

pii

nsv134

journal_volume

11

pub_type

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