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    increased levels of activity could reflect preparation of motor responses

    Is the grammatical structure of the sentence "increased levels of activity could reflect preparation of motor responses..." "increased levels of activity could reflect (Subject + Verb) preparation of motor responses (Object A) holding in mind a set of potential choices (Object B), tracking the memory of previous responses (Object C), or general processes related to establishing a new task set(Object D) "?

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    When humans are engaged in goal-related processing, activity in prefrontal cortex is increased [1, 2]. However, it has remained unclear whether this prefrontal activity encodes a subject's current intention [3]. Instead, increased levels of activity could reflect preparation of motor responses [4, 5], holding in mind a set of potential choices [6], tracking the memory of previous responses [7], or general processes related to establishing a new task set.

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    Re: increased levels of activity could reflect preparation of motor responses

    I agree with your analysis.

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