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Deciding When Not To Act On Instinct

News   Jan 10, 2017 | Original Story From EMBL

 
Deciding When Not To Act On Instinct

The prefrontal cortex connects to a very specific region of the brainstem (the PAG) through prefrontal cortical neurons: those labeled in purple directly project to the PAG and control our instinctive behaviours. IMAGE: EMBL/Livia Marrone

 
 
 

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