Sequential auditory and visual discriminations after temporal lobe ablation in monkeys

@article{Strominger1980SequentialAA,
  title={Sequential auditory and visual discriminations after temporal lobe ablation in monkeys},
  author={N. Strominger and R. E. Oesterreich and W. D. Neff},
  journal={Physiology & Behavior},
  year={1980},
  volume={24},
  pages={1149-1156}
}
Studies in the monkey have shown that cortex outside of the primary projection areas in the superior temporal gyrus and in the inferotemporal region in important for the execution of some auditory and visual descriminations. In this study, six monkeys were trained to perform four auditory and two visual discriminations. Retention tests were given prior to bilateral removal of the anterior part of the lateral surface of the superior temporal gyrus, the inferotemporal region, or both areas… Expand
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