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False Tagging Theory: Toward a Unitary Account of Prefrontal Cortex Function 

False Tagging Theory: Toward a Unitary Account of Prefrontal Cortex Function
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False Tagging Theory: Toward a Unitary Account of Prefrontal Cortex Function
Author(s):

Erik Asp

, and Daniel Tranel

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199837755.003.0029
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date: 16 December 2018

This chapter indulges Teuber's (1964) temptation (see the introductory quote) and seeks to unite the functional concepts often attributed to the prefrontal cortex with a single process by examining the peculiar deficits following the onset of prefrontal cortex lesions with a new theoretical model.

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