Flexible and Stable Value Coding Areas in Caudate Head and Tail Receive Anatomically Distinct Cortical and Subcortical Inputs

@inproceedings{Griggs2017FlexibleAS,
  title={Flexible and Stable Value Coding Areas in Caudate Head and Tail Receive Anatomically Distinct Cortical and Subcortical Inputs},
  author={Whitney Griggs and Hyoung F. Kim and A. Mustafa Ghazizadeh and M. Gabriela Costello and Kathryn M. Wall and Okihide Hikosaka},
  booktitle={Front. Neuroanat.},
  year={2017}
}
Anatomically distinct areas within the basal ganglia encode flexible- and stable-value memories for visual objects (Hikosaka et al., 2014), but an important question remains: do they receive inputs from the same or different brain areas or neurons? To answer this question, we first located flexible and stable value-coding areas in the caudate head (CDh) and caudate tail (CDt) of two rhesus macaque monkeys, and then injected different retrograde tracers into these areas of each monkey. We found… CONTINUE READING
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