fMRI data were collected from the brains of individuals either as they passively looked at geometric line drawings on a screen in front of them, or as they traced these drawings with their eyes. Data from the first task were subtracted from data from the second task. What area of the brain is likely to be more active in the second task than in the first task? (a) Primary visual cortex and frontal cortex (b) Primary motor cortex and frontal cortex (c) Frontal cortex alone (d) Primary visual cortex alone I'm stuck on this. I think it's b since there is *probably* more eye movement involved in the second task. And I think the frontal cortex might show more activity because the eye movement is being directed in a specific way in the second task. Any thoughts? Thanks.