|제목||[학술세미나] [학과세미나] 11월 15일(금) 학과세미나 안내|
|내용||[학과세미나] 11월 15일(금) 학과세미나 안내
▪제목 : Parallel basal ganglia circuit for controlled and habitual behavior in the primate brain
▪연사 : 김형 (서울대학교 생명과학부)
▪일시 : 2019년 11월 15일(목) AM 11:00 – 13:00
▪장소 : 25동 405호
In everyday life, animals should utilize both habitual and controlled behavior to adapt various conditions. However, these behaviors are conflict each other because habitual behavior is based on the stable long-term memory whereas controlled behavior is based on the flexible short-term memory. It would be difficult that a single neuronal circuit guides both conflicting behaviors by encoding two types of memory. One simple answer is that separate brain circuits selectively encode each of memory to guide each behavior. In this seminar, how the parallel brain networks selectively guide the habitual and controlled behavior will be examined. Two circuits in basal ganglia system will be focused; habitual behavior is guided by caudal basal ganglia circuit whereas controlled behavior is guided by rostral basal ganglia circuit. This finding may provide an opportunity for differential diagnosis and treatment of basal ganglia disorders, such as Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases.
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