Optimal performance in a countermanding saccade task

@article{WongLin2010OptimalPI,
  title={Optimal performance in a countermanding saccade task},
  author={KongFatt Wong-Lin and Philip A. Eckhoff and Philip Michael Holmes and Jonathan D. Cohen},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2010},
  volume={1318},
  pages={178-187}
}
Countermanding an action is a fundamental form of cognitive control. In a saccade-countermanding task, subjects are instructed that, if a stop signal appears shortly after a target, they are to maintain fixation rather than to make a saccade to the target. In recent years, recordings in the frontal eye fields and superior colliculus of behaving non-human primates have found correlates of such countermanding behavior in movement and fixation neurons. In this work, we extend a previous neural… CONTINUE READING

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