Reaction time changes with the hazard rate for a behaviorally relevant event when monkeys perform a delayed wrist movement task.


Anticipating the timing of behaviorally relevant events is crucial for organizing movement. The time to initiate actions based on events (i.e., reaction time (RT)) is a useful measure to quantify states of anticipation. Few studies have examined how anticipation affects the timing of limb movements. We addressed this question behaviorally with two macaque… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.neulet.2007.12.063


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