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Brain-imaging research on intentional decision-making often employs a free-choice paradigm, in which participants choose among options with identical values or outcomes. Although the medial prefrontal cortex has commonly been associated with choices, there is no consensus on the wider network that underlies diverse intentional decisions and behaviours. Our systematic literature search identified 39 fMRI/PET experiments using various free-choice paradigms, with appropriate control conditionsdoi:10.1101/2020.11.27.401208 fatcat:apaksjhwczab7fkynbzv3gx7hq