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Browsing 01 Research Theses Main Collection by Subject "basal ganglia"
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(Plymouth University, 2014)In this thesis we model two very different movement-related neuronal circuits, both of which produce oscillatory patterns of activity. In one case we study oscillatory activity in the basal ganglia under both normal and ...