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Unilateral or bilateral stimulation of the region surrounding the sulcus principalis of the cortex of the monkey interferes with delayed alternation performance. It is without effect on auditory discrimination performance. Bilateral stimulation is more disrupting than unilateral stimulation. The impairment is limited in time to the period of stimulation and is fully reversible.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Science

Publication Date

13/05/1960

Volume

131

Pages

1443 - 1444

Keywords

CEREBRAL CORTEX/physiology, FRONTAL LOBE/physiology, Animals, Auditory Perception, Cerebral Cortex, Frontal Lobe, Haplorhini, Humans