A fronto–striato–subthalamic–pallidal network for goal-directed and habitual inhibition


Classically, the basal ganglia have been considered to have a role in producing habitual and goal-directed behaviours. In this article, we review recent evidence that expands this role, indicating that the basal ganglia are also involved in neural and behavioural inhibition in the motor and non-motor domains. We then distinguish between goal-directed and… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrn4038

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