We argue that planning and control may not be separable entities, either at the behavioural level or at the neurophysiological level. We review studies that show the involvement of superior and inferior parietal cortex in both planning and control. We propose an alternative view to the localization theory put forth by Glover.

Zago, M., Lacquaniti, F., Battaglia Mayer, A., Caminiti, R. (2004). Planning and control: Are they separable in the brain? Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem. BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES, 27(1), 56-57.

Planning and control: Are they separable in the brain? Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem

Zago M.;LACQUANITI, FRANCESCO;
2004-01-01

Abstract

We argue that planning and control may not be separable entities, either at the behavioural level or at the neurophysiological level. We review studies that show the involvement of superior and inferior parietal cortex in both planning and control. We propose an alternative view to the localization theory put forth by Glover.
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Settore BIO/09
English
behavior; cognition; feedback system; human; kinematics; motor control; neurophysiology; nonhuman; parietal lobe; retrospective study; review; signal noise ratio; theoretical model; visual memory
Zago, M., Lacquaniti, F., Battaglia Mayer, A., Caminiti, R. (2004). Planning and control: Are they separable in the brain? Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem. BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES, 27(1), 56-57.
Zago, M; Lacquaniti, F; Battaglia Mayer, A; Caminiti, R
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