The Ontogeny of Voluntary Control of Activity and Its Cerebral Mechanisms. O.A.Semenova, 2007

Abstract - Literature data on the ontogeny of voluntary control of activity are reviewed. The relationship of the development of different components of voluntary activity control with the functional maturation of the brain, mainly the frontal lobes, which are traditionally regarded as the main cerebral substrate of the programming, regulation, and control of human activity at different stages of development, is considered.

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