Evidence for hierarchical error processing in the human brain.

@article{Krigolson2006EvidenceFH,
  title={Evidence for hierarchical error processing in the human brain.},
  author={Olav E. Krigolson and Clay B. Holroyd},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2006},
  volume={137 1},
  pages={13-7}
}
Human goal-directed behavior depends on multiple neural systems that monitor and correct for different types of errors. For example, tracking errors in continuous motor tasks appear to be processed by a system involving posterior parietal cortex, whereas errors in speeded response and trial-and-error learning tasks appear to be processed by a system involving frontal-medial cortex. To date, it is unknown whether there is a functional relationship between the posterior and frontal error systems… CONTINUE READING
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