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865 PREVIOUS research has implicated the striatum in implicit sequence learning. However, imaging findings have been inconsistent with regard to activity within the thalamus during performance of such tasks. Contemporary models of cortico-striato-thalamic circuitry suggest opposing influences on thalamic activity; suppression of thalamic activity is mediated by the indirect pathway and enhancement is mediated by the direc t pathway. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we studieddoi:10.1097/00001756-199803300-00019 pmid:9579681 fatcat:v3tuw5gcwzaa7cj44odlrtpmi4