Extracting core components of cognitive control.

Abstract

The facility with which humans perform and shift among a wide variety of cognitive tasks seems to indicate a mechanism for entering into a task-dependent mode or set. However, little is known about the neural systems that subserve task control. A recent neuroimaging study by Dosenbach et al. offers a set of novel methodological tools to examine this issue… (More)

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@article{Braver2006ExtractingCC, title={Extracting core components of cognitive control.}, author={Todd S. Braver and Deanna M. Barch}, journal={Trends in cognitive sciences}, year={2006}, volume={10 12}, pages={529-32} }