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“…This corroborates our hypothesis that BA 10 recruitment increases under low first-order predictability and enhances the exploitation of second-order information. Across a variety of different paradigms, BA 10 has been reported to be activated when several relations among tasks or rules have to be integrated or organized (Nee et al, 2013;Schubotz, 2011;Golde, von Cramon, & Schubotz, 2010;Koechlin & Hyafil, 2007;Ramnani & Owen, 2004). Here, and in line with findings from Golde et al (2010), we showed that the BA 10 is also engaged when information derived from actions needs to be integrated.…”
Section: Evidence For Information State-dependent Use Of Second-ordersupporting