Working memory and executive function: evidence from neuroimaging.

@article{Carpenter2000WorkingMA,
  title={Working memory and executive function: evidence from neuroimaging.},
  author={Patricia Carpenter and Marcel Adam Just and Erik D. Reichle},
  journal={Current opinion in neurobiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={10 2},
  pages={195-9}
}
Traditional theories of working memory and executive function, when mapped in straightforward ways into the neural domain, yield predictions that are only partly supported by the recent neuroimaging studies. Neuroimaging studies suggest that some constituent functions, such as maintaining information in active form and manipulating it, are not discretely localized in prefrontal regions. Some hypothesized executive processes, such as goal management, have effects in several cortical regions… CONTINUE READING

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