Reading Hidden Intentions in the Human Brain

Abstract

When humans are engaged in goal-related processing, activity in prefrontal cortex is increased. However, it has remained unclear whether this prefrontal activity encodes a subject's current intention. Instead, increased levels of activity could reflect preparation of motor responses, holding in mind a set of potential choices, tracking the memory of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2006.11.072

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@article{Haynes2007ReadingHI, title={Reading Hidden Intentions in the Human Brain}, author={John-Dylan Haynes and K. Sakai and Geraint Rees and Sam J. Gilbert and Chris D Frith and Richard E. Passingham}, journal={Current Biology}, year={2007}, volume={17}, pages={323-328} }