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 The basal ganglia are hypothesized to use reinforcement learning principles.\\ The basal ganglia are hypothesized to use reinforcement learning principles.\\
 For a computational model, see\\ For a computational model, see\\
-O'​Reilly et al.: [[http://​psych.colorado.edu/​~oreilly/​papers/​OReillyFrank06_pbwm.pdf|Making Working Memory Work: A Computational Model of Learning in the Frontal Cortex and Basal Ganglia]], Neural Computation,​ 18, pp.283-328 (2006) +  * O'​Reilly et al.: [[http://​psych.colorado.edu/​~oreilly/​papers/​OReillyFrank06_pbwm.pdf|Making Working Memory Work: A Computational Model of Learning in the Frontal Cortex and Basal Ganglia]], Neural Computation,​ 18, pp.283-328 (2006) 
- +  * [[https://​grey.colorado.edu/​CompCogNeuro/​index.php/​CCNBook/​Motor|CCNBook Motor]] ([[CCNBook-Motor ​summary|summary]]
-  * [[CCNBook-Motor summary]]+  * [[https://​grey.colorado.edu/​CompCogNeuro/​index.php/​CCNBook/​Executive|CCNBook Executive]] ([[CCNBook-Executive summary|summary]])
 === Amygdala === === Amygdala ===
 The amygdala is supposed to be related to affect.\\ The amygdala is supposed to be related to affect.\\