Neuronal activity dependent on anticipated and elapsed delay in macaque prefrontal cortex, frontal and supplementary eye fields, and premotor cortex.

@article{Roesch2005NeuronalAD,
  title={Neuronal activity dependent on anticipated and elapsed delay in macaque prefrontal cortex, frontal and supplementary eye fields, and premotor cortex.},
  author={Matthew R Roesch and Carl R. Olson},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={94 2},
  pages={1469-97}
}
In macaque monkeys performing a memory-guided saccade task for a reward of variable size, neuronal activity in several areas of frontal cortex is stronger when the monkey anticipates a larger reward. This effect might depend on either the size or the value of the reward. To distinguish between these possibilities, we recorded from neurons in frontal cortex while controlling value through a manipulation of time rather than amount. A cue presented at the beginning of each trial, predicted the… CONTINUE READING

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