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Model-Based and Model-Free Learning in Anorexia Nervosa and Other Disorders

      Much research suggests the brain contains two systems for choice, deliberative and automatic, which use different computational strategies for learning, model-based and model-free learning. Imbalance between these systems may underlie compulsive symptoms. I review two studies examining this hypothesis, first across multiple compulsive disorders transdiagnostically, and second in anorexia nervosa (AN).
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