The orbitofrontal cortex: Neuronal activity in the behaving monkey

@article{Thorpe1983TheOC,
  title={The orbitofrontal cortex: Neuronal activity in the behaving monkey},
  author={Simon J. Thorpe and Dr. E. T. Rolls and Sarah Maddison},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1983},
  volume={49},
  pages={93-115}
}
Single unit recording of neurons in the orbitofrontal cortex of the alert rhesus monkey was used to investigate responses to sensory stimulation. 32.4% of the neurons had visual responses that had typical latencies of 100–200 ms, and 9.4% responded to gustatory inputs. Most neurons were selective, in that they responded consistently to some stimuli such as foods or aversive objects, but not to others. In a number of cases the neurons responded selectively to particular foods or aversive stimuli… CONTINUE READING
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