Frontal brain lesions affect the use of advance information during response planning.

@article{Lepage2000FrontalBL,
  title={Frontal brain lesions affect the use of advance information during response planning.},
  author={Martin Lepage and François Richer},
  journal={Behavioral neuroscience},
  year={2000},
  volume={114 6},
  pages={1034-40}
}
This study examined the nature of the response programming deficit after frontal cortex lesions through the effects of advance information on sequence initiation time. Nine patients with unilateral frontal lesions, 9 patients with temporal lesions, and 9 controls performed a sequential key-press task involving 4 rapid choice responses to a 4-letter stimulus… CONTINUE READING