Malleable templates: reshaping our crystallized skills to create new outcomes

@article{Grafton2008MalleableTR,
  title={Malleable templates: reshaping our crystallized skills to create new outcomes},
  author={Scott T. Grafton},
  journal={Nature Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={11},
  pages={248-249}
}
neuronal types7. This result suggests an escape network that is distributed across several segments in the hindbrain. Such data call for a distributed motor control system with built-in redundancy. However, the current study and previous zebrafish studies suggest a more dedicated, discrete command system for motor control. Although touch stimuli cause widespread activation of reticulospinal neurons, the fast, large-angle turn can be eliminated by abolishing the Mauthner cell and its homologs10… CONTINUE READING