Neurons in Monkey Prefrontal Cortex Whose Activity Tracks the Progress of a Three-Step Self-Ordered Task

JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY, pp. 1524-1535, 2004.

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The self-ordered task is a powerful tool for the analysis of dorsal prefrontal deficits. Each trial consists of a number of steps, and subjects must remember their choices in previous steps. The task becomes more difficult as the number of objects to be remembered increases. We recorded the activity of 156 neurons in the mid-dorsal prefro...More

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