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Innovations in Cognitive Neuroscience Series Editor: Vinoth Jagaroo Jean-Jacques Soghomonian Editor The Basal Ganglia Novel Perspectives on Motor and Cognitive Functions Innovations in Cognitive Neuroscience More information about this series at http://www.springer.com/series/8817 Jean-Jacques Soghomonian Editor The Basal Ganglia Novel Perspectives on Motor and Cognitive Functions Editor Jean-Jacques Soghomonian Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology Boston University School of Medicine Boston, MA, USA ISSN 2509-730X ISSN 2509-7318 (electronic) Innovations in Cognitive Neuroscience ISBN 978-3-319-42741-6 ISBN 978-3-319-42743-0 (eBook) DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-42743-0 Library of Congress Control Number: 2016948218 © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016 This work is subject to copyright All rights are reserved by the Publisher, whether the whole or part of the material is concerned, specifically the rights of translation, reprinting, reuse of illustrations, recitation, broadcasting, reproduction on microfilms or in any other physical way, and transmission or information storage and retrieval, electronic adaptation, computer software, or by similar or dissimilar methodology now known or hereafter developed The use of general descriptive names, registered names, trademarks, service marks, etc in this publication does not imply, even in the absence of a specific statement, that such names are exempt from the relevant protective laws and regulations and therefore free for general use The publisher, the authors and the editors are safe to assume that the advice and information in this book are believed to be true and accurate at the date of publication Neither the publisher nor the authors or the editors give a warranty, express or implied, with respect to the material contained herein or for any errors or omissions that may have been made Printed on acid-free paper This Springer imprint is published by Springer Nature The registered company is Springer International Publishing AG Switzerland To Allison and Emilie Preface Descriptions of the deep brain structures that have come to be called the “basal ganglia” can be traced back as far as 350 years based on recorded anatomical observations, notably those published in 1664 by the English anatomist Thomas Willis Yet, for much of this time, the basal ganglia have held a certain enigmatic quality in terms of their functions The conception held late into the twentieth century that the basal ganglia were associated largely with motor control or coordination had a few roots Basal ganglia ablation studies in animals that began in the nineteenth century showed dramatically marked motor symptomatology In clinical neurology, features such as dystonia, dyskinesia, and chorea, manifesting in neurodegenerative disorders with known involvement of the basal ganglia structures, reasonably reinforced the prominence of the motor-centered view Pioneering work in neurobiology conducted in the 1960s and 1970s began the sea of change in the contemporary understanding of the basal ganglia Progress was made possible thanks to the advent of novel investigative methods that permitted more precise analysis of anatomical pathways and the discovery of various neuronal phenotypes throughout the basal ganglia On another front, anatomical and physiological studies carried out in the late 1970s and early 1980s led to the concept of parallel, segregated basal ganglia circuits, while other studies led to the concept of a ventral, “limbic” basal ganglia, and, at a more cellular level, other studies led to the concept of a direct and indirect pathway These advances have been documented in several reviews and volumes By the 1980s, there was early convergence of data from neuroscience and neuropsychology, broadening the conceptual framework of the basal ganglia to include functions of cognition, emotion, and motivation While the inertia in the motorcentered world of the basal ganglia did not fade overnight, studies from diverse avenues of neuroscience, enabled by novel research techniques, began to reveal a complex neural architecture and functional diversity As a complex system of interface between intention and action, the role of the basal ganglia has encroached into processes traditionally associated with the cerebral cortex and hippocampus such as language, memory, reinforcement, and associative learning Its role in the sequencing of learned associations was brought to bear on multiple functional domains vii viii Preface This also highlighted its importance in neurocognitive, neuropsychiatric, and neurodegenerative motor disorders Over the last two decades, the intensification of neuroscience efforts combined with astonishing advances in imaging, genetic, and molecular methods has led to further demystify the basal ganglia and to revise its role in motor and non-motor functions It is now established that the basal ganglia can be subdivided into several anatomical and functional territories that share different connectivity with cortical and subcortical centers These advances combined with a more detailed understanding of the cellular and molecular organization have provided the framework for novel integrative and computational models of the basal ganglia Yet, even with all the progress in understanding the basal ganglia, perspective of its functions as currently understood is neither readily present nor easily articulated in the general arena of behavioral neuroscience This volume presents many of the recent developments relating to neural architecture and functional circuitry of the basal ganglia; the role of the basal ganglia across many of the neurobehavioral domains—motor and cognitive function, emotion, and motivation, etc.; and the manifestations of these basal ganglia-mediated functions in various motor, cognitive, and neuropsychiatric disorders The volume assembles contributions from eminent basal ganglia researchers and covers perspectives across subdisciplines of neuroscience while being grounded in cognitive neuroscience and neurobiology In addition to the basal ganglia and neuroscience research community, the volume should be of interest to practitioners in neuropsychology, neurology, neuropsychiatry, and speech-language pathology Boston, MA Jean-Jacques Soghomonian Acknowledgments I am grateful to my colleagues for their generosity in contributing chapters to this volume I would also like to thank Janice Stern and Christina Tuballes at Springer for their guidance and patience and the series editor Vinoth Jagaroo for his invitation to produce the volume, his constructive feedback, and his unwavering encouragement during the production of this volume I acknowledge Yukiha Maruyama and Kim Wang for their assistance with many aspects of the project especially with preparation of the manuscript and Edith Soghomonian for her artistic renderings of the basal ganglia ix Contents Introduction: Overview of the Basal Ganglia and Structure of the Volume Jean-Jacques Soghomonian and Vinoth Jagaroo Part I Functional and Anatomical Organization of Basal Ganglia: Limbic and Motor Circuits Limbic-Basal Ganglia Circuits Parallel and Integrative Aspects Henk J Groenewegen, Pieter Voorn, and Jørgen Scheel-Krüger Anatomy and Function of the Direct and Indirect Striatal Pathways Jean-Jacques Soghomonian 11 47 The Thalamostriatal System and Cognition Yoland Smith, Rosa Villalba, and Adriana Galvan 69 Dopamine and Its Actions in the Basal Ganglia System Daniel Bullock 87 Part II Motor Function, Dystonia and Dyskinesia Cortico-Striatal, Cognitive-Motor Interactions Underlying Complex Movement Control Deficits 117 Aaron Kucinski and Martin Sarter Interactions Between the Basal Ganglia and the Cerebellum and Role in Neurological Disorders 135 Christopher H Chen, Diany Paola Calderon, and Kamran Khodakhah Signaling Mechanisms in L-DOPA-Induced Dyskinesia 155 Cristina Alcacer, Veronica Francardo, and M Angela Cenci xi xii Contents Part III Perception, Learning and Cognition Cognitive and Perceptual Impairments in Parkinson’s Disease Arising from Dysfunction of the Cortex and Basal Ganglia 189 Deepti Putcha, Abhishek Jaywant, and Alice Cronin-Golomb 10 The Basal Ganglia and Language: A Tale of Two Loops 217 Anastasia Bohsali and Bruce Crosson 11 The Basal Ganglia Contribution to Controlled and Automatic Processing 243 Estrella Díaz, Juan-Pedro Vargas, and Juan-Carlos López 12 Striatal Mechanisms of Associative Learning and Dysfunction in Neurological Disease 261 Shaun R Patel, Jennifer J Cheng, Arjun R Khanna, Rupen Desai, and Emad N Eskandar 13 Alcohol Effects on the Dorsal Striatum 289 Mary H Patton, Aparna P Shah, and Brian N Mathur Part IV Motivation, Decision Making, Reinforcement and Addiction 14 The Subthalamic Nucleus and Reward-Related Processes 319 Christelle Baunez 15 The Basal Ganglia and Decision-Making in Neuropsychiatric Disorders 339 Sule Tinaz and Chantal E Stern 16 Motivational Deficits in Parkinson’s Disease: Role of the Dopaminergic System and Deep-Brain Stimulation of the Subthalamic Nucleus 363 Sabrina Boulet, Carole Carcenac, Marc Savasta, and Sébastien Carnicella 17 The Circuitry Underlying the Reinstatement of Cocaine Seeking: Modulation by Deep Brain Stimulation 389 Leonardo A Guercio and R Christopher Pierce Part V Computational Models and Integrative Perspectives 18 Cognitive and Stimulus–Response Habit Functions of the Neo- (Dorsal) Striatum 413 Bryan D Devan, Nufar Chaban, Jessica Piscopello, Scott H Deibel, and Robert J McDonald 19 Neural Dynamics of the Basal Ganglia During Perceptual, Cognitive, and Motor Learning and Gating 457 Stephen Grossberg ... architecture and functional circuitry of the basal ganglia; the role of the basal ganglia across many of the neurobehavioral domains motor and cognitive function, emotion, and motivation, etc.; and the. .. impact on basal ganglia research These methods have contributed to broaden and deepen our understanding of motor and non -motor functions of the basal ganglia Its functional anatomical organization... of the Volume The objective of this volume is, again, to present recent perspectives on the contributions of the basal ganglia to motor control and cognitive function, emotion, and motivation
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