Neuroscience of the mechanisms of mind and behavior

@article{Ito2006NeuroscienceOT,
  title={Neuroscience of the mechanisms of mind and behavior},
  author={Masao Ito},
  journal={Artificial Life and Robotics},
  year={2006},
  volume={3},
  pages={3-6}
}
Reflexes, compound movements, and innate behavior are basic neural functions in lower vertebrates, and are executed by the spinal cord and brain stem. These functions are made goal-oriented by the limbic system, stable by the basal ganglia, adaptive by the cerebellum, and restorable by the wakefulness-sleep centers in the brain stem. Elaborate sensorimotor… CONTINUE READING