Frontoparietal activation with preparation for antisaccades.

  title={Frontoparietal activation with preparation for antisaccades.},
  author={Matthew R. G. Brown and Tutis Vilis and Stefan Everling},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  volume={98 3},
Several current models hold that frontoparietal areas exert cognitive control by biasing task-relevant processing in other brain areas. Previous event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies have compared prosaccades and antisaccades, which require subjects to look toward or away from a flashed peripheral stimulus, respectively. These studies found greater activation for antisaccades in frontal and parietal regions at the ends of long (>or=6 s) preparatory periods preceding… CONTINUE READING
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