Map of the limbic system
Filip van den Bergh
F.S.vandenBergh at students.fss.uu.nl
Mon Feb 5 14:39:05 EST 2001
You can find a nice map in Lovallo (1997). Stress & Health, page 83 and 95.
If you want I could scna them for you, perhaps they are not exactly what
you're searching for, but I've often tried to find something similar, and
this is the best I came up with.
Unless you are searching for the inner-workings of specific behaviors, such
as startle or freezing. Those maps are readily available.
Asbjørn Lindh <asbjorn.lindh at farm.uib.no> wrote in message
news:3A7EE21A.510D7A17 at farm.uib.no...
> Does anyone have a detailed map of the limbic system with the different
> dopaminergic, serotonergic, and noradrenergic pathways making up the
> neuroanatomical circuits connecting the regions involved?
> I am also interested in articles or textbooks with such a map.
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