Basal ganglia in the brain, illustration

Basal ganglia in the brain, illustration

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Caption: Basal ganglia in the brain. Computer illustration of a human brain with most of the left hemisphere removed, showing the basal ganglia (purple). Front is at left. The basal ganglia are located at the base of the forebrain. They are associated with a number of functions including the control of voluntary motor movements, learning, routine behaviours, eye movements, cognition and emotion.

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