An earlier study found that rhinal cortex ablations in the monkey (Macaca fascicularis) impaired delayed matching-to-sample only when the stimuli in the experiment came from a large population of possible stimuli, not when the stimulus population was small. The present experiment tested the idea that delayed matching-to-sample with a small stimulus population selectively engages the direct projection from visual association cortex to the prefrontal cortex, bypassing the rhinal cortex. This se...Expand abstract
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Uncinate fascicle section leaves delayed matching-to-sample intact, with both large and small stimulus sets.
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