Toward an understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying dual-task performance: Contribution of comparative approaches using animal models

@article{Watanabe2018TowardAU,
  title={Toward an understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying dual-task performance: Contribution of comparative approaches using animal models},
  author={Kei ichiro Watanabe and Shintaro Funahashi},
  journal={Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews},
  year={2018},
  volume={84},
  pages={12-28}
}
The study of dual-task performance in human subjects has received considerable interest in cognitive neuroscience because it can provide detailed insights into the neural mechanisms underlying higher-order cognitive control. Despite many decades of research, our understanding of the neurobiological basis of dual-task performance is still limited, and some critical questions are still under debate. Recently, behavioral and neurophysiological studies of dual-task performance in animals have begun… CONTINUE READING
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