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Specific impairments of planning.
  • T. Shallice
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society…
  • 25 June 1982
An information-processing model is outlined that predicts that performance on non-routine tasks can be impaired independently of performance on routine tasks. The model is related to views on frontalExpand
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Deficits in strategy application following frontal lobe damage in man.
A quantitative investigation of the ability to carry out a variety of cognitive tasks was performed in 3 patients who had sustained traumatic injuries which involved prefrontal structures. All 3 hadExpand
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The Hayling and Brixton Tests
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Attention to action: Willed and automatic control
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Category specific semantic impairments
SUMMARY We report a quantitative investigation of the visual identification and auditory comprehension deficits of 4 patients who had made a partial recovery from herpes simplex encephalitis.Expand
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Learning and Memory
Experimental PsychologyIts Scope and Method. IV. Learning and Memory. By Jean-François Le Ny, G. De Montpellier, G. Oléron and César Florés. Translated by Louise Elkington. Edited by P. Fraisse andExpand
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Human cingulate cortex and autonomic control: converging neuroimaging and clinical evidence.
Human anterior cingulate function has been explained primarily within a cognitive framework. We used functional MRI experiments with simultaneous electrocardiography to examine regional brainExpand
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Response suppression, initiation and strategy use following frontal lobe lesions
Ninety-one patients with cerebral lesions were tested on a task involving two conditions. In the first condition (response initiation) subjects were read a sentence from which the last word wasExpand
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Attention to Action
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We propose a theoretical framework structured around the notion of a set of active schemas, organized according to the particular action sequences of which they are a part, awaiting the appropriate set of conditions so that they can become selected to control action. Expand
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