Cerebral hemisphere regulation of motivated behavior 1 1 Published on the World Wide Web on 2 November 2000.

@article{Swanson2000CerebralHR,
  title={Cerebral hemisphere regulation of motivated behavior
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 Published on the World Wide Web on 2 November 2000.
 
},
  author={Larry W. Swanson},
  journal={Brain Research},
  year={2000},
  volume={886},
  pages={113-164}
}
  • L. Swanson
  • Published 1 December 2000
  • Psychology, Biology, Medicine
  • Brain Research
The goals of this article are to suggest a basic wiring diagram for the motor neural network that controls motivated behavior, and to provide a model for the organization of cerebral hemisphere inputs to this network. [...] Key Method Cerebral projections mediate voluntary regulation of a behavior control column in the ventromedial upper brainstem that includes (from rostral to caudal) the medial preoptic, anterior hypothalamic, descending paraventricular, ventromedial, and premammillary nuclei, the mammillary…Expand
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