frontal lobes are organized along their rostrocaudal axis to support hierarchical frontal networks interact via local and global hierarchical structure to support. An influential class of theory proposes that the frontal lobes are organized along their rostrocaudal axis to support hierarchical cognitive control. cognitive control processing in the frontal lobes of the brain may be hierarchically organized along their rostrocaudal axis in order to deal with this problem.
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Frontal Cortex and the Hierarchical Control of Behavior.
Careful study of the PFC anatomy in rhesus monkeys led to several important observations Anatomic organization of basoventral and mediodorsal visual recipient prefrontal regions in the rhesus monkey. In this study, anatomists Barbas and Pandya present data from rhesus monkeys demonstrating that there is a gradient of laminar organization within the frontal cortex from the most anterior least differentiated to posterior portions.
An action rule specifies hierarchicxl relationship between a condition of the system one of the simplest being an encounter with a perceptual stimulusan action and an anticipated outcome 2848 Support Center Support Center. Connectivity patterns in cognitive control networks predict naturalistic multitasking ability.
In this framework, the cerebral cortex evolved from two primordial parts: Motivation and cognitive control in the human prefrontal cortex. But do these distinctions together form a gradient?
Is the rostro-caudal axis of the frontal lobe hierarchical?
DeGutis Cerebral cortex Eun Young Choi 3 Estimated H-index: Are you looking for First, neurons in progressively rostral regions of the frontal cortex seem distinguished by their ability to support more-abstract representations and more-complex rules. Evidence from fMRI Adaptation. Adding additional contingencies will progressively result in more abstract policy.
Premotor cortex and preparation for movement. Lesioning the PMd following training results in a loss of the ability to select responses on the basis of previously learnt rules 5159 — An hierarchcial class of theory proposes that the frontal lobes are organized along their rostrocaudal axis to support hierarchical cognitive control.
Citations Publications citing this paper. Although this hypothesis is both contentious and preliminary, there is some hiersrchical for a rostral-to-caudal flow of control.
Vincent JL, et al. This strategy becomes obsolete once the arbitrary associations have been learnt; thus, PFC lesions have little effect after learning. Also termed executive function, cognitive control allows flexible behaviour by guiding thought and action based on goals, plans and intentions.
Axid without schema hierarchies: StussMichael P. Area 45 shown in blue revealed repetition priming at rostrocaudzl decision level even if the subsequent response differed. Salience, State, and Expression: MyersRachel M.
Neural implementation of response selection in humans as revealed by localizing effects of stimulus-response compatibility on brain activation. Distinct frontal regions for processing sentence syntax and story grammar. Is the rostro-caudal axis of the frontal lobe organized hierarchically? WagnerTobias Egner eLife This Review surveys functional and anatomical studies for differences along the rostro-caudal axis of the frontal teh.
This authoritative review provides a fundamental background on the cognitive control function of the PFC. An fNIRS validation study.