Neuroanatomical substrates of foreperiod effects
This chapter discusses the behavioural effects of implicit temporal preparation and the hypothetical cognitive processes underlying foreperiod effects. It describes recent studies of the neuroanatomical substrates of temporal preparation and evaluates their impact on cognitive theories. The findings of the studies reviewed support the view that temporal preparation is a multi-componential cognitive capacity, consisting of supervisory processes on the one hand, and more automatic factors on the other.
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