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Brain and Behavior
The multiple object tracking (MOT) paradigm is a cognitive task that requires parallel tracking of several identical, moving objects following nongoal-directed, arbitrary motion trajectories. Aims: The current study aimed to investigate the employment of prediction processes during MOT. As an indicator for the involvement of prediction processes, we targeted the human premotor cortex (PM). The PM has been repeatedly implicated to serve the internal modeling of future actions and action effects,doi:10.1002/brb3.180 pmid:24363971 pmcid:PMC3868173 fatcat:fl22ajjofbaufewb2kmfq3gd5y