Behavioural cues are associated with modulations of synchronous oscillations in the human subthalamic nucleus.
The speed with which one reacts to an imperative signal depends on the extent to which preceding cues predict that command. When reliable warning cues are available, the processing of the imperative stimulus can be favoured and responses partially pre-prepared, leading to shorter reaction times. Here we seek evidence for involvement of the human basal ganglia in the exploitation of behaviourally relevant predictive cues. To this end, local field potentials (LFPs) were recorded in the region o...Expand abstract
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