Decision making, performance and outcome monitoring in frontal cortical areas

  title={Decision making, performance and outcome monitoring in frontal cortical areas},
  author={Markus Ullsperger and D. Yves von Cramon},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
i During development, neurons migrate along glial fibers to take their place within the cortical layers. Hatten and colleagues show that overexpression of mPar6α disrupts the coordinated cytoskeletal mechanisms that enable this migration. The cover image shows young cerebellar granule cells migrating along Bergmann glia fibers. The centrosome and nuclei are labeled with dynein intermediate chain (red), and the perinuclear microtubule cage is marked with beta-tubulin (green). In the migrating… CONTINUE READING

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