Experts in neuropsychology examine key issues in research involving the frontal lobes.
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Contents: E. Perecman, Consciousness and the Meta-Functions of the Frontal Lobes: Setting the Stage. K.H. Pribram, The Subdivisions of the Frontal Cortex Revisited. D.N. Pandya, C.L. Barnes, Architecture and Connections of the Frontal Lobe. J.S. Stamm, The Riddle of the Monkey's Delayed-Response Deficit Has Been Solved. M. Petrides, Conditional Learning and the Primate Frontal Cortex. J.M. Fuster, Single-Unit Studies of the Prefrontal Cortex. P.D. MacLean, The Midline Frontolimbic Cortex and the Evolution of Crying and Laughter. D.T. Stuss, D.F. Benson, The Frontal Lobes and Control of Cognition and Memory. E. Goldberg, R.M. Bilder, Jr., The Frontal Lobes and Hierarchical Organization of Cognitive Control. P.L. Wang, Concept Formation and Frontal Lobe Function: The Search for a Clinical Frontal Lobe Test. P. Malloy, Frontal Lobe Dysfunction in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. B.L.J. Kaczmarek, Regulatory Function of the Frontal Lobes: A Neurolinguistic Perspective. S. Jonas, The Supplementary Motor Region and Speech. J.W. Brown, The Microstructure of Action. G. Goldberg, From Intent to Action: Evolution and Function of the Premotor Systems of the Frontal Lobe.