The centre of the brain: topographical model of motor, cognitive, affective, and somatosensory functions of the basal ganglia.

@article{Arsalidou2013TheCO,
  title={The centre of the brain: topographical model of motor, cognitive, affective, and somatosensory functions of the basal ganglia.},
  author={Marie Arsalidou and Emma G. Duerden and Margot J. Taylor},
  journal={Human brain mapping},
  year={2013},
  volume={34 11},
  pages={
          3031-54
        }
}
  • Marie Arsalidou, Emma G. Duerden, Margot J. Taylor
  • Published 2013
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Human brain mapping
  • The basal ganglia have traditionally been viewed as motor processing nuclei; however, functional neuroimaging evidence has implicated these structures in more complex cognitive and affective processes that are fundamental for a range of human activities. Using quantitative meta-analysis methods we assessed the functional subdivisions of basal ganglia nuclei in relation to motor (body and eye movements), cognitive (working-memory and executive), affective (emotion and reward) and somatosensory… CONTINUE READING

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