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Study unveils the role of the basal ganglia in the control of learned motor skills

Most neuroscience studies investigating motor skills are carried out on rodents. In these experiments, rodents are typically tested on simple motor tasks that they can easily complete using motor behaviors in their repertoire, or slightly adapted versions of these behaviors. Read More

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