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When animals learn, plasticity in brain networks that respond to specific cues results in a change in the behavior that these cues elicit. Individual network components in the mushroom bodies of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster represent cues, learning signals and behavioral outcomes of learned experience. Recent findings have highlighted the importance of dopamine-driven plasticity and activity in feedback and feedforward connections, between various elements of the mushroom body neuraldoi:10.1016/j.conb.2017.12.002 pmid:29258011 pmcid:PMC5981003 fatcat:7jxmouei75eatacq44qz2uhs3q