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Zhemeng Wu


Brain & Behaviour Research Group (Buckley Lab)

Behavioural flexibility is essential since we need to adapt our behaviour to environmental changes on the basis of uncertain evidence. Much research has focused on the contributions made by different brain regions of prefrontal cortex, and their interactions, to such flexible behaviour. We try to further elucidate the role of primate frontal and temporal lobes in decision making under conflict. A combined multi-area multi-electrode neurophysiological and lesion study approach will be used to determine causal influences between regions on neuronal activities underlying task performance.