Time-dependent changes in human corticospinal excitability reveal value-based competition for action during decision processing.

@article{KleinFlgge2012TimedependentCI,
  title={Time-dependent changes in human corticospinal excitability reveal value-based competition for action during decision processing.},
  author={Miriam C. Klein-Fl{\"u}gge and Sven Bestmann},
  journal={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={2012},
  volume={32 24},
  pages={8373-82}
}
Our choices often require appropriate actions to obtain a preferred outcome, but the neural underpinnings that link decision making and action selection remain largely undetermined. Recent theories propose that action selection occurs simultaneously, i.e., parallel in time, with the decision process. Specifically, it is thought that action selection in motor regions originates from a competitive process that is gradually biased by evidence signals originating in other regions, such as those… CONTINUE READING
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