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How The Office Org Chart in Your Brain Helps to Organize Your Actions

News   Jun 29, 2018 | Original Story from the Salk Institute

Optogenetic Editing Reveals the Office Org Chart of Your Brain

A long-term debate in behavioral neuroscience is whether behavior is organized in a hierarchy or as a chain. This diagram shows how a sequence of left (L) and right (R) actions performed by mice in the current study would be organized under each theory. Credit: Salk Institute



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