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Neural cognitive signals during spontaneous movements in the macaque
AbstractThe single neuron basis of cognitive processing in primates has mostly been studied in laboratory settings where movements are severely restricted. It is unclear, therefore, how natural movements might affect neural signatures of cognition in the brain. Moreover, studies in mice indicate that body movements, when measured, account for most of the neural dynamics in the cortex. To examine this issue, we recorded from single neuron ensembles in the prefrontal cortex in moving monkeysdoi:10.1101/2022.09.05.506681 fatcat:vter4lqzknauhasbgnhkuftkjq