Participation of the prefrontal cortex in delayed spatial choice and in differentiating temporal intervals in rhesus monkeys

Moiseeva, L.A.

Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deyatel'nosti Imeni I P Pavlova 32(3): 549-552

1982


Accession: 006067859

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Abstract
The functional role of the prefrontal cortex in delayed spatial choice and in the differentation of temporal intervals was studied in the rhesus monkey with the disturbed activity of the cortex caused by the application of amisyl. EEG was recorded for 60 min after the application. More significant reorganizations in the picture of mutual correlations occurred in spatial choice, compared to differentiation of trace reflexes to time, which was reflected in the behavior by a larger number of errors in a delayed reaction. Participating in various morphofunctional systems, the prefrontal cortex carries a varying functional load.