Distinct Amygdala Projections Control Opposing Behavioral Outputs

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Monday Night Neuroscience Seminars – Kay Tye, MIT – “Distinct Amygdala Projections Control Opposing Behavioral Outputs” The ability to differentiate between positive and negative environmental stimuli is critical to an animal’s survival. However, the neural circuits that endow the brain with the ability to differentiate positive and negative motivationally significant stimuli have been difficult to … Read More

Dissecting neural circuits underlying behaviors relevant to psychiatric disease in animal models

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Kay Tye gave a talk at Harvard University: “Dissecting neural circuits underlying behaviors relevant to psychiatric disease in animal models”. The ability to differentiate between positive and negative environmental stimuli is critical to an animal’s survival.  However, the  neural circuits that endow the brain with the ability to differentiate positive and negative motivationally significant stimuli have been … Read More