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Imagine that you have designed an fMRI study to contrast visual search with passively watching a set of identical stimuli on the screen (the control task). You observe statistically significant activation for visual search in two brain areas: (1) posterior parietal cortex, (2) inferior frontal sulcus in the prefrontal cortex. Discuss what you think these results mean, and what problems limit the interpretations of your findings. (You don’t need any more information than you have learned in the lectures to answer this question).

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