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Evolutionarily conserved mechanisms for the selection and maintenance of behavioural activity

V. G. Fiore, R. J. Dolan, N. J. Strausfeld, F. Hirth
2015 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
The multiplicity of similarities between central complex and basal ganglia suggests evolutionarily conserved computational mechanisms for action selection.  ...  In both taxa, these neural systems are modulated by dopamine signalling that also mediates memory-like processes.  ...  ) are directly determined by the gain of each channel or column in sensorimotor and associative In both insects and vertebrates, the sensorimotor loop is responsible for processing multiple sensory stimuli  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2015.0053 pmid:26554043 pmcid:PMC4650127 fatcat:alhsk5ebzbezpe5zu672gg4bgm

Sensory Processing in the Dorsolateral Striatum: The Contribution of Thalamostriatal Pathways

Kevin D. Alloway, Jared B. Smith, Todd M. Mowery, Glenn D. R. Watson
2017 Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to thank Dr. Henry Yin for his comments on a previous draft of the manuscript.  ...  stimulus requires selection of another behavior.  ...  This suggests that other inputs to the striatum are responsible for the expression of a well-learned motor habit once it has been consolidated.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnsys.2017.00053 pmid:28790899 pmcid:PMC5524679 fatcat:qnjqas6uirhxlk7zxn6cyzluc4

Goal-directed and habitual control in the basal ganglia: implications for Parkinson's disease

Peter Redgrave, Manuel Rodriguez, Yoland Smith, Maria C. Rodriguez-Oroz, Stephane Lehericy, Hagai Bergman, Yves Agid, Mahlon R. DeLong, Jose A. Obeso
2010 Nature Reviews Neuroscience  
These patients may therefore be forced into a progressive reliance on the goal-directed mode of action control that is mediated by comparatively preserved processing in the rostromedial striatum.  ...  The basal ganglia are a group of subcortical nuclei that have been linked to movement control since the end of the nineteenth century when David Ferrier concluded that the corpus striatum contained "the  ...  The meeting was organized by the CIREN and the Neuroscience Department, CIMA, University of Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, and sponsored by private donations. Authors are grateful to J.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nrn2915 pmid:20944662 pmcid:PMC3124757 fatcat:bjvalsu3kre77lry7k5jhzfu3y

Synchronicity: The role of midbrain dopamine in whole brain coordination

Jeff A Beeler, Jakob Kisbye Dreyer
2019 eNeuro  
extent to which stimuli in the on-going sensorimotor stream organizes distributed, parallel processing, reflecting implicit value.  ...  Recent anatomical studies suggest greater diversity and complexity of afferent inputs than previously appreciated, requiring rethinking of prior models.  ...  Acknowledgements: We thank Jon Horvitz, Andy Delamater, Carolyn Pytte, and Jake Jordan for helpful feedback on earlier versions of this manuscript. We  ... 
doi:10.1523/eneuro.0345-18.2019 pmid:31053604 pmcid:PMC6500793 fatcat:kswjc4smendejkmybywk66pfye

Preservation of function in Parkinson's disease: What's learning got to do with it?

Jeff A. Beeler
2011 Brain Research  
instantiation of accumulated experience and skill modulated by dopamine-dependent plasticity and (2) system gain, the operating parameters of the basal ganglia, modulated by dopamine's on-line effects  ...  The 'integrative selective gain' framework proposed here integrates dopaminergic mechanisms known to modulate basal ganglia throughput into a single conceptual framework: (1) synaptic weights, the neural  ...  Acknowledgments Thank you to Xiaoxi Zhuang and Nathaniel Daw for helpful feedback on the manuscript. This work was supported by grant DA025875.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.brainres.2011.09.040 pmid:22000081 pmcid:PMC3205345 fatcat:zklzywde3jcldk6j3k4jgg3rzq

Brain responses during strategic online gaming of varying proficiencies: Implications for better gaming

Min Wang, Guangheng Dong, Lingxiao Wang, Hui Zheng, Marc N. Potenza
2018 Brain and Behavior  
Based on the current literature on the role of the striatum in gaming, multiple explanations are possible, including both proposed by Koepp et al. (1998) , with the latter (relating to response selection  ...  We speculate that the automatically processed basic functions spare cognitive resources for the highly cognitive functions, which facilitates their gaming behaviors.  ... 
doi:10.1002/brb3.1076 pmid:30020566 pmcid:PMC6085917 fatcat:sgudwtd4hrdyrfpfwnrqmnlm7a

Subcortical Dopamine and Cognition in Schizophrenia: Looking Beyond Psychosis in Preclinical Models

Kyna-Anne Conn, Thomas H. J. Burne, James P. Kesby
2020 Frontiers in Neuroscience  
For this reason, improved preclinical animal models are needed if we are to understand the complex relationship between subcortical dopamine and cognition.  ...  Schizophrenia is characterized by positive, negative and cognitive symptoms.  ...  Preclinical evidence supports a role for the associative striatum in action selection and for the OFC as an important cortical area for transforming affective feedback to behavioral adjustment (Xue et  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnins.2020.00542 pmid:32655348 pmcid:PMC7325949 fatcat:rjo2epwotrd4fhdhedkpk5oeia

Neural correlates of the age-related changes in motor sequence learning and motor adaptation in older adults

Bradley R. King, Stuart M. Fogel, Geneviève Albouy, Julien Doyon
2013 Frontiers in Human Neuroscience  
And, third, although older adults demonstrate deficits during the exposure phase of MA paradigms, the aftereffects following removal of the sensorimotor perturbation are similar to young adults, suggesting  ...  First, the initial acquisition of motor sequences is not altered, except under conditions of increased task complexity.  ...  Pangelinan for her insightful comments and suggestions on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00142 pmid:23616757 pmcid:PMC3628357 fatcat:fwfyf4upazbkrg3nqvxewvkysm

A global framework for a systemic view of brain modeling

Frederic Alexandre
2021 Brain Informatics  
different kinds of responses coexist, collaborate and compete for the control of behavior.  ...  The brain is a complex system, due to the heterogeneity of its structure, the diversity of the functions in which it participates and to its reciprocal relationships with the body and the environment.  ...  Basically, this region, described as associating responses to outcomes, is in charge of deciding if the energy required by the responses selected in the preparatory phase is worth the corresponding need  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40708-021-00126-4 pmid:33591440 fatcat:a23ehkm5o5cxjlf4siz6nrh5ly

fMRI studies of eye movement control: Investigating the interaction of cognitive and sensorimotor brain systems

John A. Sweeney, Beatriz Luna, Sarah K. Keedy, Jennifer E. McDowell, Brett A. Clementz
2007 NeuroImage  
Functional neuroimaging studies of eye movement control have been a useful approach for investigating the interaction of cognitive and sensorimotor brain systems.  ...  The use of cognitive and sensorimotor eye movement paradigms is being used to develop a better understanding of lifespan changes in neurocognitive systems from childhood to late life, and about behavioral  ...  Heteromodal neocortical regions support such higher level cognitive abilities, although the striatum and more prototypically sensorimotor regions are also critically important for supporting the cognitive  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2007.03.018 pmid:17499170 pmcid:PMC2692203 fatcat:z3skh2rrk5asdosaqfskghhvxy

The Human Basal Ganglia Mediate the Interplay between Reactive and Proactive Control of Response through Both Motor Inhibition and Sensory Modulation

Marion Criaud, Jean-Luc Anton, Bruno Nazarian, Marieke Longcamp, Elise Metereau, Philippe Boulinguez, Bénédicte Ballanger
2021 Brain Sciences  
The basal ganglia (BG) have long been known for contributing to the regulation of motor behaviour by means of a complex interplay between tonic and phasic inhibitory mechanisms.  ...  reactive, non-selective inhibitory mechanisms when action restraint is required.  ...  its requirements for working memory, response selection, rules switching and attention:, e.g., [36] ).  ... 
doi:10.3390/brainsci11050560 pmid:33925153 fatcat:e6coy5nitfe5rcbyrp67h45fh4

Early Huntington's disease affects movements in transformed sensorimotor mappings

Claudine Boulet, Martin Lemay, Marc-André Bédard, Marie-Josée Chouinard, Sylvain Chouinard, Francois Richer
2005 Brain and Cognition  
This study examined the effect of transformed visual feedback on movement control in Huntington's disease (HD).  ...  Patients in the early stages of HD and controls performed aiming movements towards peripheral targets on a digitizing tablet using an indirect visual control of movement through a monitor and emphasizing  ...  Sensorimotor transformations in HD 3 In Huntington's disease (HD), neurodegenerative processes centered in the striatum produce significant impairments in cognition, movement, and behavior.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bandc.2004.09.001 pmid:15780456 fatcat:njme6fdm4zc5jpbe7zgtpdya7a

The Neuropsychology of Movement and Movement Disorders: Neuroanatomical and Cognitive Considerations

Kathleen Y. Haaland, Richard P. Dum, Pratik K. Mutha, Peter L. Strick, Alexander I. Tröster
2017 Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society  
Finally, we discuss the clinical implications of this work, and make suggestions for future research in this area. (JINS, 2017, 23, 768–777)  ...  connections; (2) behavioral paradigms that have enabled an appreciation of the cognitive influences on the preparation and execution of movement; and (3) hemispheric differences (exemplified by limb praxis  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was supported in part by funds from NIH grants R01 NS24328 (PLS), P40 OD010996 (PLS), and P30 NS076405 (PLS), by the Ramanujan Fellowship (PKM), and grants from the Health Sciences  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1355617717000698 pmid:29198273 fatcat:5fyt4dyqordwpnl3havwhrx5ba

Active Inference, homeostatic regulation and adaptive behavioural control

Giovanni Pezzulo, Francesco Rigoli, Karl Friston
2015 Progress in Neurobiology  
Acknowledgements GP is funded by the EU's FP7 Initiative (grant FP7-270108) and the HFSP (grant RGY0088/2014). KJF is funded by a Wellcome Trust Principal Research Fellowship 088130/Z/09/Z).  ...  We thank our reviewers for insightful comments.  ...  This implies that the selection of a specific goal-directed action requires a complex computational process (formally, the solution to an inverse problem).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pneurobio.2015.09.001 pmid:26365173 pmcid:PMC4779150 fatcat:zqhr2oo35fculegycxyw7fecs4

Parallel basal ganglia circuits for voluntary and automatic behaviour to reach rewards

Hyoung F. Kim, Okihide Hikosaka
2015 Brain  
The basal ganglia control body movements, value processing and decision-making.  ...  These value signals in the caudate guide the orienting of gaze differently: voluntary saccades by the caudate head circuit and automatic saccades by the caudate tail circuit.  ...  This procedure requires functional interactions between the automatic and voluntary mechanisms: the voluntary mechanism would be responsible for the selection of the automatic mechanisms, whereas the automatic  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/awv134 pmid:25981958 pmcid:PMC4492412 fatcat:bbdgrotbk5dxxn73g2pe54o4re
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