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Preparatory Delay Activity in the Monkey Parietal Reach Region Predicts Reach Reaction Times
Journal of Neuroscience
To acquire something that we see, visual spatial information must ultimately result in the activation of the appropriate set of muscles. This sensory to motor transformation requires an interaction between information coding target location and information coding which effector will be moved. Activity in the monkey parietal reach region (PRR) reflects both spatial information and the effector (arm or eye) that will be used in an upcoming reach or saccade task. To further elucidate thedoi:10.1523/jneurosci.0513-06.2006 pmid:17021165 fatcat:nwlycniph5as7objijtzguaewe