Dynamics of Neural Population Responses in Prefrontal Cortex Indicate Changes of Mind on Single Trials

@article{Kiani2014DynamicsON,
  title={Dynamics of Neural Population Responses in Prefrontal Cortex Indicate Changes of Mind on Single Trials},
  author={Roozbeh Kiani and Christopher J. Cueva and John B. Reppas and William T. Newsome},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={1542-1547}
}
Decision making is a complex process in which different sources of information are combined into a decision variable (DV) that guides action [1, 2]. Neurophysiological studies have typically sought insight into the dynamics of the decision-making process and its neural mechanisms through statistical analysis of large numbers of trials from sequentially recorded single neurons or small groups of neurons [3-6]. However, detecting and analyzing the DV on individual trials has been challenging [7… CONTINUE READING

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