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The exemplar theory states that we categorize judgements by corteza prefrontal it to a similar past experience within our stored memories.
Ventromedial prefrontal cortex
Yuan from the University of Arizona found that larger prefrontal cortex volume and greater PFC cortical thickness were associated with better executive performance.
This idea was first formulated by Jacobsen, who reported in that damage to the corteza prefrontal prefrontal cortex caused short-term memory deficits.
The concept of working memory used by proponents of this theory focused mostly on the short-term maintenance of information, and rather less on the manipulation or monitoring of such information or on the use of that information for decisions.
Consistent with the idea that the prefrontal cortex functions predominantly in maintenance memory, delay-period activity in corteza prefrontal PF has often been interpreted as a memory trace.
The phrase "delay-period activity" applies to neuronal activity that follows the transient presentation of an instruction cue and persists until a subsequent "go" or "trigger" signal.
To explore alternative interpretations of delay-period activity in the prefrontal cortex, Lebedev et al. Although the corteza prefrontal made intensive demands on short-term corteza prefrontal, the largest proportion of prefrontal neurons represented attended locations, not remembered ones.
These findings showed that short-term memory functions cannot account for all, or even most, delay-period activity in the part of the prefrontal cortex explored.
The authors suggested that prefrontal activity during the delay-period contributes more to the process of attentional selection and selective attention than to memory storage.
Several studies have indicated that reduced volume and interconnections of the frontal lobes corteza prefrontal other brain regions is observed in patients diagnosed with mental disorders and prescribed potent antipsychotics ; those subjected to repeated stressors ;  those corteza prefrontal excessively consume sexually explicit materials;  suicides ;  those incarcerated; criminals ; sociopaths ; those affected by lead poisoning;  and daily male cannabis users only 13 people were tested.
And it is theorized that, as the brain has tripled in size over five million years of human evolution,  the prefrontal cortex has increased in size sixfold. The standard presentation e.
He became irritable, quick-tempered, and impatient—characteristics he did not previously display — so that friends described him as "no longer Gage"; and, whereas he had previously been a capable and efficient worker, afterward he was unable to complete tasks.
However, careful analysis of primary corteza prefrontal shows that descriptions of Gage's psychological changes are usually corteza prefrontal when held against the description given by Gage's doctor, the most striking feature being that changes described years after Gage's death are far more dramatic than anything corteza prefrontal while he was alive.
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Yet, when actually performing, they instead pursued behavior aimed at immediate gratification, despite knowing the longer-term results would be self-defeating. The interpretation of corteza prefrontal data indicates that not only are skills of comparison and understanding of eventual outcomes harbored in the prefrontal cortex but the prefrontal cortex when functioning correctly controls the mental option to delay immediate gratification for a better or more rewarding longer-term gratification result.
This ability to wait for a reward is one of the key pieces that define optimal executive function of the human brain. Now imagine you could take your hand and starting at the anterior brain where your forehead is insert it into this gap until you reached the insula a structure that is beneath the frontal lobe.
Your palm would corteza prefrontal touching a part of the prefrontal cortex, which is in the front part of the brain and the lower part of your palm would be touching the corteza prefrontal medial prefrontal cortex.
The ventromedial prefrontal cortex is connected to and receives input from the ventral tegmental areaamygdalathe temporal lobethe olfactory systemand the dorsomedial thalamus.
It, in turn, sends signals to many different brain regions including; The temporal lobe, amygdala, the lateral hypothalamusthe hippocampal formationthe cingulate cortexand certain other regions of the corteza prefrontal cortex. Function[ edit ] Functional differences between the orbitofrontal and ventromedial areas of the pre-frontal cortex have not yet been clearly established, although corteza prefrontal areas of the ventromedial cortex superior to the orbitofrontal cortex are much less associated with social functions and more with pure emotion regulation.
Research in developmental neuroscience also suggested that neural networks in the corteza prefrontal prefrontal cortex are rapidly developing during adolescence and young adulthood supporting emotion regulation through the amygdala,  being associated with a decrease in cortisol levels.
There are only a few reports of people with early-onset vmPFC damage during childhood, but these individuals tend to have severe antisocial behavior and impaired moral judgment. Compared to individuals corteza prefrontal damage later in life, their behavior pattern is similar but more severe.
These patients choose alternatives that give immediate rewardsbut seem to be blind to the future consequences of their actions.