Imaging volition: what the brain can tell us about the will

@article{Brass2013ImagingVW,
  title={Imaging volition: what the brain can tell us about the will},
  author={Marcel Brass and Margaret T. Lynn and Jelle Demanet and Davide Rigoni},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2013},
  volume={229},
  pages={301-312}
}
The question of how we can voluntarily control our behaviour dates back to the beginnings of scientific psychology. Currently, there are two empirical research disciplines tackling human volition: cognitive neuroscience and social psychology. To date, there is little interaction between the two disciplines in terms of the investigation of human volition. The aim of the current article is to highlight recent brain imaging work on human volition and to relate social psychological concepts of… CONTINUE READING
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