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Nature Neuroscience  2, 108 - 109 (1999)
doi:10.1038/5663

Weighing the evidence: how the brain makes a decision

Jeffrey D. Schall

Jeffrey Schall is at the Vanderbilt Vision Research Center, Department of Psychology, Wilson Hall, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee 37240, USA
jeffrey.d.schall@vanderbilt.edu

Kim and Shadlen investigate how neurons of the prefrontal cortex interpret slowly accumulating signals from visual cortex to make a perceptual decision.

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