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Inputs and Outputs of the Amygdala: What the Amygdala is Trying to Tell the Rest of the Brain

  • P. Gloor

Abstract

Anatomical and electrophysiological studies of the connections of a brain structure can often provide valuable information on the specific contribution that structure makes to brain function in general. This is, of course, only possible if something is known about the functional significance of the areas to which that structure is connected through afferent and efferent pathways.

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Cortical Stimulation Basolateral Amygdala Stria Terminalis Amygdaloid Nucleus Ventromedial Hypothalamus 
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