Published in 1993. Limbic Motor Circuits and Neuropsychiatry explores the neural circuitry employed by mammals to interpret environmental stimuli that provoke adaptive behavioral responses. Internationally recognized biomedical scientists have contributed chapters that describe and evaluate the anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and pathophysiology of how motivationally relevant environmental or interoceptive stimuli are translated into adaptive or maladaptive behavioral responses. The book also examines how classic limbic nuclei communicate with classic motor systems and the implications in neuropsychiatric disorders. This reference presents exciting new information that will interest neuroscientists, psychiatrists, neuropsychopharmacologists, and behavioral pharmacologists.
Basal Forebrain Organization: An Anatomical Framework for Motor Aspects of Drive and Motivation (L. Heimer, G.F. Alheid, D.S. Zahm). The Nucleus Accumbens Core and Shell: Accumbal Compartments and Their Functional Attributes (A.Y. Deutch, A.J. Bourdelais, D.S. Zahm). Transmitter Regulation of Mesencephalic Dopamine Cells (V. Seutin, R.A. North, S.W. Johnson). Functional Characteristics of Nucleus Accumbens Neurons: Evidence Obtained From In Vivo Electrophysiological Recordings (S.J. Henriksen, J. Giacchino). Transmitter Actions and Interactions on Pallidal Neuronal Function (T.C. Napier). Mesolimbic Interactions with Mesopontine Modulation of Locomotion (R.D. Skinner, E. Garcia-Rill). From Motivation to Action: A Review of Dopaminergic Regulation of Limbic ® Nucleus Accumbens ® Ventral Pallidum ® Pedunculopontine Nucleus Circuitries Involved in Limbic-Motor Integration (G.J. Mogenson, S.M. Brudzynski, M. Wu, C.R. Yang, C.C.Y. Yim). The Circuitry Mediating the Translation of Motivational Stimuli into Adaptive Motor Responses (P.W. Kalivas, L. Churchill, M.A. Klitenick). The Mesocorticolimbic Circuit in Drug Dependence and Reward-A Role for the Extended Amygdala? (G.F. Koob, P. Robledo, A. Markou , S.B. Caine). Limbic Cortico-Striato-Pallido-Pontine Substrates of Sensorimotor Gating in Animal Models and Psychiatric Disorders (N.R. Swerdlow, D.L. Braff, S.B. Caine, M.A. Geyer). Cortical Regulation of the Mesolimbic Dopamine System: Implications for Schizophrenia (B.K. Lipska, D.R. Weinberger). Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Basal Ganglia in Depression (G.S. Figiel, C.B. Nemeroff). Mesolimbic Motor Circuit in Parkinson's Disease and Other Movement Disorders (E.K. Richfield).
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