Neuroimaging studies of number comparison have consistently found activation in the intraparietal sulcus (IPS). Recently, it has been suggested that activations in the IPS vary with the distance between the numbers being compared. In number comparison, the smaller the distance between a number and the reference the longer the reaction time (RT ). Activations in the right or left IPS, however, have also been related to attentional and intentional selection. It is possible, therefore, that acti...Expand abstract
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Response-selection-related parietal activation during number comparison.
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