What is odd in the oddball task?: Prefrontal cortex is activated by dynamic changes in response strategy

@article{Huettel2004WhatIO,
  title={What is odd in the oddball task?: Prefrontal cortex is activated by dynamic changes in response strategy},
  author={Scott A. Huettel and Gregory McCarthy},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={379-386}
}
In the "oddball" target detection task, subjects respond to target stimuli that occur infrequently and irregularly within a series of standard stimuli. Although detection of these targets reliably evokes transient activity in prefrontal cortical regions, it has not been established whether this activity is due to selection of an infrequent response or to changes in response strategy. We investigated this issue using a novel variant of the oddball task that incorporated the Simon effect, while… CONTINUE READING
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