The Cerebral Response during Subjective Choice with and without Self-reference

@article{Johnson2005TheCR,
  title={The Cerebral Response during Subjective Choice with and without Self-reference},
  author={Sterling C. Johnson and Taylor W. Schmitz and Tisha N. Kawahara-Baccus and Howard A. Rowley and Andrew L. Alexander and Jonghoon Lee and Richard J. Davidson},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2005},
  volume={17},
  pages={1897-1906}
}
The anterior medial prefrontal (AMPFC) and retrosplenial (RSC) cortices are active during self-referential decision-making tasks such as when participants appraise traits and abilities, or current affect. Other appraisal tasks requiring an evaluative decision or mental representation, such as theory of mind and perspective-taking tasks, also involve these… CONTINUE READING