fMRI studies of stroop tasks reveal unique roles of anterior and posterior brain systems in attentional selection

M. T. Banich, M. P. Milham, R. Atchley, N. J. Cohen, A. Webb, T. Wszalek, A. F. Kramer, Z. P. Liang, A. Wright, J. Shenker, R. Magin

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