Understanding the human brain clock & related neuroscience
Sunday, July 03, 2011
More evidence for brain network involved in controlled attention
A broken theme at the IQ Brain Clock is the hypothesis that the prefrontal cortex(especially the dorsolateral prefrontal), left parietal cortex , cerebellum, and basal ganglia network is key to mental timing, working memory and executive attention. Here is another study providing addition support for the first two cortical areas, with an extension to spatial working memory/attention and motor intention.
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