Seven Cynomolgus monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) learned a series of reward-visual conditional discrimination problems, in which the arrival or non-arrival of a food pellet at the beginning of each trial acted as an instruction cue, signalling which of two visually distinct stimulus objects the animal should choose on that trial in order to obtain a further food pellet reward. Following surgical removal of the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex in one hemisphere and the inferior temporal cortex in...Expand abstract
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Memory after frontal/temporal disconnection in monkeys: conditional and non-conditional tasks, unilateral and bilateral frontal lesions.
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