Cytoarchitecture, probability maps and functions of the human frontal pole

@article{Bludau2014CytoarchitecturePM,
  title={Cytoarchitecture, probability maps and functions of the human frontal pole},
  author={Sebastian Bludau and Simon B. Eickhoff and Hartmut Mohlberg and Svenja Caspers and Angela R. Laird and Peter T. Fox and Axel Schleicher and Karl Zilles and Katrin Amunts},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={93},
  pages={260-275}
}
The frontal pole has more expanded than any other part in the human brain as compared to our ancestors. It plays an important role for specifically human behavior and cognitive abilities, e.g. action selection (Kovach et al., 2012). Evidence about divergent functions of its medial and lateral part has been provided, both in the healthy brain and in psychiatric disorders. The anatomical correlates of such functional segregation, however, are still unknown due to a lack of stereotaxic… CONTINUE READING
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