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PMID-21508304 Discontinuous Long-Train Stimulation in the Anterior Striatum in Monkeys Induces Abnormal Behavioral States

  • Long-train microstimulation induces complex, abnormal behavior: finger licking and biting, dyskinesias, grooming; more anterior (associative) resulted in hyper, hypo manic or stereotyped behaviors.
  • Short-train stimulation induces myoclonic-like movements.