Inhibitory mechanisms of neural and cognitive control: applications to selective attention and sequential action.

This paper discusses the role of inhibition in neural and cognitive control, in particular its role in selective processes in perception and action. We first review neuroanatomical and physiological evidence that cortical control is mediated by a variety of local-circuit inhibitory neurons, distributed throughout all layers and areas of the cortex. We then… CONTINUE READING
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