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Causal evidence for frontal cortex organization for perceptual decision making
- D. Rahnev, D. E. Nee, J. Riddle, Alina Larson, M. D’Esposito
- Biology, PsychologyProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 9 May 2016
A theoretical framework for frontal involvement in perceptual decision making is presented and it is found that progressively rostral regions of frontal cortex are involved in the control of progressively later stages of perceptual decisionMaking.
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