Comparative neurobiology of the basal ganglia

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J. Wiley, Nov 5, 1986 - Medical - 335 pages
Synthesizes our current knowledge of the anatomical and functional organization of the basal ganglia in various vertebrates. Offers a detailed account of the basal ganglia (or homolog) in representatives of each major group of nonmammalian vertebrates as well as in mammals. Presents reviews of the anatomical and functional organization of the core structures of the basal ganglia, and the relationship between the basal ganglia and limbic structure.

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Contents

Basal Ganglia and Vertebrate Phylogeny
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Telencephalic Organization in Fishes
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Telencephalic Organization in Amphibians
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