Catecholamines in Behavior and Sensorimotor Integration: The Neostriatal System

  • George M. Krauthamer


The basal ganglia and their significance for behavior and brain function continue to provide major challenges to neurobiology. Indeed, the enormous progress of the past 15 years in the neurochemistry and neuropharmacology of the corpus striatum has not simply solved old problems; it has recast many of them in a new light and added quite a few new ones of its own.


Caudate Nucleus Striatal Dopamine Striatal Neuron Corpus Striatum Sensorimotor Integration 
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  • George M. Krauthamer
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  1. 1.College of Medicine and Dentistry of New JerseyRutgers Medical SchoolNew BrunswickUSA

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