Functional definitions of parietal areas in human and non-human primates.

  title={Functional definitions of parietal areas in human and non-human primates.},
  author={Guy A. Orban},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  volume={283 1828}
Establishing homologies between cortical areas in animal models and humans lies at the heart of translational neuroscience, as it demonstrates how knowledge obtained from these models can be applied to the human brain. Here, we review progress in using parallel functional imaging to ascertain homologies between parietal areas of human and non-human primates, species sharing similar behavioural repertoires. The human homologues of several areas along monkey IPS involved in action planning and… CONTINUE READING
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