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Dunn NA, Conery JS, Lockery SR. Circuit motifs for spatial orientation behaviors identified by neural network optimization. Spatial orientation behavior is universal among animals, but its neuronal basis is poorly understood. The main objective of the present study was to identify candidate patterns of neuronal connectivity (motifs) for two widely recognized classes of spatial orientation behaviors: hill climbing, in which the organism seeks the highest point in a spatial gradient, and goaldoi:10.1152/jn.00074.2007 pmid:17522174 fatcat:u44gx23aw5fz7km4ttl7lhtx5i