From sensory evidence to a motor command.

Schall JD
Curr Biol. 2000 10 (11): R404-6

PMID: 10837238 · DOI:10.1016/s0960-9822(00)00504-2

New insight into how the brain makes a decision has come from a study of the effects of the decision-making process on an eye movement evoked by electrical stimulation of the frontal cortex. The accumulation of sensory evidence was found to cause a gradual commitment toward a choice.

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Animals Brain Choice Behavior Decision Making Electric Stimulation Eye Movements Frontal Lobe Haplorhini Humans Models, Neurological Models, Psychological Motor Activity Psychomotor Performance

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