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Cross-modal matching and the primate frontal cortex

Science  04 Jun 1976:
Vol. 192, Issue 4243, pp. 1023-1024
DOI: 10.1126/science.818708

Abstract

Rhesus monkeys with selective lesions of the prefrontal system were tested on a tactile-visual cross-modal matching task. Monkeys with lesions in the banks and depths of the arcuate sulcus were impaired, while normal controls and monkeys with lesions in the banks and depths of the sulcus principalis and in the anterodorsal part of the head of the caudate nucleus were not.

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