A further experimental analysis of the behavioral deficit that follows injury to the primate frontal cortex.

@article{Pribram1961AFE,
  title={A further experimental analysis of the behavioral deficit that follows injury to the primate frontal cortex.},
  author={Karl H. Pribram},
  journal={Experimental neurology},
  year={1961},
  volume={3},
  pages={
          432-66
        }
}
The results of seven experiments that use monken are reported. Behavior is examined in modifications of the Yerkes or Wisconsin General Testing Apparatus and in operant conditioning situations. The focus of the studies is the effect on behavior of removal of the frontal eugranular isocortex; uiloperated controls and controls with the inferotemporal cortex removed serve as background to the studies. The first two experiments test whether the effects of frontal lesions are restricted to the… CONTINUE READING
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