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Speech is a complex sensorimotor skill, and vocal learning involves both the basal ganglia and the cerebellum. These subcortical structures interact indirectly through their respective loops with thalamo-cortical and brainstem networks, and directly via subcortical pathways, but the role of their interaction during sensorimotor learning remains undetermined. While songbirds and their song dedicated basal ganglia-thalamo-cortical circuitry offer a unique opportunity to study subcortical circuitsdoi:10.1101/198317 fatcat:fau7xvjvrnhkvgbqvkcbiqw4pi