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The primate amygdala performs multiple functions that may be related to the anatomical heterogeneity of its nuclei. At the level of single neurons, each function is reflected in stimulus- and task-specific responses. Given that neurons with a particular response profile are not clustered in any of the nuclei, single units may be too fine-grained to shed light on the mesoscale organization of the amygdala. We have extracted from local field potentials recorded simultaneously from multipledoi:10.1101/2020.02.24.963587 fatcat:kkophbkidffpvodkz6jjbhz2zq