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There is evidence to suggest that the supracallosal sector of the anterior cingulate plays a role in response selection at a conscious level. For example, performance on target detection tasks and the Stroop interference task is associated with activity in the anterior cingulate (Pardo, Pardo, Janer, & Raichle, 1990; Posner & Petersen, 1990: Posner, Petersen, Fox, & Raichle, 1988) . Another study (Frith, Friston, Liddle, & Frackowiak, 1991) compared willed acts requiring explicit deliberate choice to automatic and routine acts and detected a significant increase in activity in the supracallosal anterior cingulate during the willed acts.
These biases help deter the normal individual from pursuing a course of action that is disadvantageous in the future. This occurs even before the individual becomes aware of the goodness or badness of the choice he or she is about to make. Without these biases, the knowledge of what is right and what is wrong may still become available. However, by itself, this knowledge may not be sufficient to ensure advantageous behavior. Therefore, although the VM patient may become fully aware of what is right and what is wrong, he or 1.
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