Hm: Stimulus driver VS goal driven “The DMS and DLS belong to distinct cortico-basal ganglia networks, mediating actions and habits, respectively. The process of habit formation in instrumental learning finds its neural correlate in a shift of control from the associative to the sensorimotor cortico-basal ganglia network.” https://www.nature.com/articles/nrn1919 “The dorsolateral, or sensorimotor, striatum (DLS) and the dorsomedial, or associative, striatum (DMS) differ in their anatomical connectivity, distribution of key receptors, and rules of synaptic plasticity. They can also be doubly dissociated functionally, with the DLS being crucial for stimulus-driven habits and the DMS being crucial for goal-directed actions.”

Hm: Stimulus driver VS goal driven
 
“The DMS and DLS belong to distinct cortico-basal ganglia networks, mediating actions and habits, respectively. The process of habit formation in instrumental learning finds its neural correlate in a shift of control from the associative to the sensorimotor cortico-basal ganglia network.”
 
https://www.nature.com/articles/nrn1919
 
“The dorsolateral, or sensorimotor, striatum (DLS) and the dorsomedial, or associative, striatum (DMS) differ in their anatomical connectivity, distribution of key receptors, and rules of synaptic plasticity. They can also be doubly dissociated functionally, with the DLS being crucial for stimulus-driven habits and the DMS being crucial for goal-directed actions.”

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