Probing neural circuitry and function with electrical microstimulation.

@article{Clark2011ProbingNC,
  title={Probing neural circuitry and function with electrical microstimulation.},
  author={Kelsey L. Clark and Katherine M. Armstrong and Tirin Moore},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2011},
  volume={278 1709},
  pages={1121-30}
}
Since the discovery of the nervous system's electrical excitability more than 200 years ago, neuroscientists have used electrical stimulation to manipulate brain activity in order to study its function. Microstimulation has been a valuable technique for probing neural circuitry and identifying networks of neurons that underlie perception, movement and cognition. In this review, we focus on the use of stimulation in behaving primates, an experimental system that permits causal inferences to be… CONTINUE READING
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