Neuronal activity of monkey neocortical areas in delayed spatial choice of various visual signals

Dudkin, K.N.; Kruchinin, V.K.; Chueva, I.V.

Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deyatel'nosti Imeni I P Pavlova 36(5): 972-974

1986


Accession: 005970148

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Abstract
Changes in the neuronal activity of neocortical areas were studied in 2 macaques during delayed spatial choice of various conditioned signals: spatial-frequency lattices and color stimuli. Presumably, the increased neuronal activity of the inferior temporal and prefrontal cortex in response to color stimuli was determined by the reproduction mechanism of biologically significant information stored in long-term memory in associative neocortical areas.