Cortical networks for ethologically relevant behaviors in primates.

  title={Cortical networks for ethologically relevant behaviors in primates.},
  author={Jon H. Kaas and Omar A. Gharbawie and Iwona Stepniewska},
  journal={American journal of primatology},
  volume={75 5},
Parietal-frontal networks in primate brains are central to mediating actions. Physiological and anatomical investigations have shown that the parietal-frontal network is consistently organized across several branches of primate evolution that include prosimian galagos, New World owl and squirrel monkeys, and Old World macaque monkeys. Electrical stimulation with 0.5-sec trains of pulses delivered via microelectrodes evoked ethologically relevant actions from both posterior parietal cortex (PPC… CONTINUE READING
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