Progress in Executive-Function Research From Tasks to Functions to Regions to Networks

@inproceedings{Aron2008ProgressIE,
  title={Progress in Executive-Function Research From Tasks to Functions to Regions to Networks},
  author={Adam R. Aron},
  year={2008}
}
It has long been observed that damage to the frontal cortex affects a person’s ability to control thought, behavior, and emotion while sometimes leaving fundamental processes such as vision, hearing, and long-term memory intact. Such observations have led theoreticians to suppose that a set of executive control functions exists, at the top of the hierarchy of mental processes. To study these executive functions and their relation to the frontal cortex and its subregions, researchers have long… CONTINUE READING

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