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THE frontostriatal system appears to play a crucial role in the organization and execution of sequential behaviour, but the precise nature of its contribution remains to be speciÞed. From this perspective, relatively simple modiÞcations of behavioural task parameters may invoke rather profound changes in the recruitment of appropriate neural mechanisms, including the frontostriatal system. This mini-review examines how variations in task requirements for sequence learning and related cognitivedoi:10.1097/00001756-199703240-00053 pmid:9175085 fatcat:r7sz224wi5alrcl4o6goxe5oqe