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Anticipatory behavior reveals itself in the perceptual domain and in the motor domain. Expectant attention and motor preparation are characterized by selection, aimed at an amelioration of the signal-to-noise ratio in the information to be processed. The functional similarity of anticipatory attention and motor preparation is re¯ected in the underlying anatomical substrate. The prefrontal cortex, involved in a number of dierent networks, organizes anticipatory behavior in a top-down way bydoi:10.1016/s0001-6918(99)00006-2 pmid:10344186 fatcat:kgi3amw5mfdlnnxx5qrpuk6fdi