Motor organization of positive and negative emotional vocalization in the cat midbrain periaqueductal gray.

@article{Subramanian2016MotorOO,
  title={Motor organization of positive and negative emotional vocalization in the cat midbrain periaqueductal gray.},
  author={Hari H Subramanian and Mridula Arun and P. A. Silburn and Gert Holstege},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2016},
  volume={524 8},
  pages={
          1540-57
        }
}
Neurochemical microstimulation in different parts of the midbrain periaqueductal gray (PAG) in the cat generates four different types of vocalization, mews, howls, cries, and hisses. Mews signify positive vocal expression, whereas howls, hisses, and cries signify negative vocal communications. Mews were generated in the lateral column of the intermediate PAG and howls and hisses in the ventrolateral column of the intermediate PAG. Cries were generated in two regions, the lateral column of the… CONTINUE READING

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