The role of the inferior frontal junction area in cognitive control
SourceTrends in Cognitive Sciences, 9, 7, (2005), pp. 314-316
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Trends in Cognitive Sciences
SubjectBiological psychology; Biologische psychologie
Cognitive control processes refer to our ability to coordinate thoughts and actions in accordance with internal goals. In the fronto-lateral cortex such processes have been primarily related to mid-dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (mid-DLPFC). However, recent brain-imaging and meta-analytic studies suggest that a region located more posterior in the fronto-lateral cortex plays a pivotal role in cognitive control as well. This region has been termed the inferior frontal junction area and can be functionally and structurally distinguished from mid-DLPFC.
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