IS THE ROSTROCAUDAL AXIS OF THE FRONTAL LOBE HIERARCHICAL PDF

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Noah Zarr 1 Estimated H-index: One speculative hypothesis is that the ventral frontal gradient could be involved in the processing of context, retrieving or selecting relevant information that is being processed by ventral-pathway perceptual and memory systems, in order to comprehend the environment in a goal-relevant way.

A rostro-caudal axis processing gradient Neurons in the frontal cortex possess a number of properties that are useful for cognitive control 6 Barbas H, Pandya DN. In the basoventral line, increased differentiation proceeds from caudal orbitofrontal cortex areas 25, 13, 14 and 12 to area 10, to rostral area 46, to caudal area 46 and finally to ventral area 8 FIG.

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From Monkey Brain to Human Brain: Parallel temporal dynamics in hierarchical cognitive control.

Hierarchical Cognitive Control and the Functional Organization of the Frontal Cortex

Using the autoradiographic method, this study reports the course and terminations of the efferent cortico—cortical connections of the rostral prefrontal region area 10 in macaque monkeys. Again, such an arrangement is an important precondition for a dominance hierarchy arrayed along the frontal cortex.

Lesioning the PMd following training results in a loss of the ability to select responses on the basis of previously learnt rules 5159 — Where Are We Going? Hierarchical cognitive control deficits following damage to the human frontal lobe.

Is the rostro-caudal axis of the frontal lobe hierarchical?

Doing without schema hierarchies: Making Working Memory Work: Please review our privacy policy. Connectivity patterns in cognitive control networks predict naturalistic multitasking ability. Monkeys learnt to respond depending on whether a presented stimulus did or did not match a target stimulus.

Finding rosrrocaudal in fronto-striatal organization trends in cognitive sciences [IF: Tanji J, Hoshi E. Sakai K, Passingham RE. Time-modulated neuronal activity in the premotor cortex of macaque monkeys.

Giedd JN, et al. Wagner Journal of neurophysiology During learning, this architecture acquired more abstract representations in the ffontal layers. These priming effects indicate a rostral-to-caudal gradient of decreasing abstraction.

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Is the rostro-caudal axis of the frontal lobe hierarchical?

Unified Theories of Cognition. Etienne KoechlinChristopher Summerfield Trends in cognitive sciences Intrinsic functional architecture in the anaesthetized monkey brain. Neural circuits subserving the retrieval and maintenance of abstract rules. Other Papers By First Author.

Eliana Vassena 6 Estimated H-index: This is also the first study to directly demonstrate rostral-to-caudal dependencies in processing, a necessary component of hierarchy in the frontal cortex. A Theory of Motivated Control. The role of dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in the preparation of forthcoming actions: Oxford University Press; Oxford: Beyond a gradient of abstraction, do neurons in rostral regions influence the activity of neurons in caudal regions more than caudal regions influence rostral regions?

An influential class of theory proposes that the frontal lobes are organized along their rostrocaudal axis to support hierarchical cognitive control.