Basal ganglia circuits for reward value-guided behavior.

@article{Hikosaka2014BasalGC,
  title={Basal ganglia circuits for reward value-guided behavior.},
  author={Okihide Hikosaka and Hyoung F. Kim and Masaharu Yasuda and Shinya Yamamoto},
  journal={Annual review of neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={37},
  pages={
          289-306
        }
}
The basal ganglia are equipped with inhibitory and disinhibitory mechanisms that enable a subject to choose valuable objects and actions. Notably, a value can be determined flexibly by recent experience or stably by prolonged experience. Recent studies have revealed that the head and tail of the caudate nucleus selectively and differentially process flexible and stable values of visual objects. These signals are sent to the superior colliculus through different parts of the substantia nigra so… CONTINUE READING

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