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A behavior-based circuit model of how outcome expectations organize learned behavior in larval Drosophila

A behavior-based circuit model of how outcome expectations organize learned behavior in larval Drosophila

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SCHLEYER, Michael, Timo SAUMWEBER, Wiebke NAHRENDORF, Benjamin FISCHER, Désirée von ALPEN, Dennis PAULS, Andreas THUM, Bertram GERBER, 2011. A behavior-based circuit model of how outcome expectations organize learned behavior in larval Drosophila. In: Learning & Memory. 18(10), pp. 639-653. ISSN 1072-0502. eISSN 1549-5485

@article{Schleyer2011-10behav-17164, title={A behavior-based circuit model of how outcome expectations organize learned behavior in larval Drosophila}, year={2011}, doi={10.1101/lm.2163411}, number={10}, volume={18}, issn={1072-0502}, journal={Learning & Memory}, pages={639--653}, author={Schleyer, Michael and Saumweber, Timo and Nahrendorf, Wiebke and Fischer, Benjamin and Alpen, Désirée von and Pauls, Dennis and Thum, Andreas and Gerber, Bertram} }

Gerber, Bertram deposit-license Schleyer, Michael Nahrendorf, Wiebke Schleyer, Michael Thum, Andreas Fischer, Benjamin 2011-11-29T14:54:11Z Nahrendorf, Wiebke Pauls, Dennis 2011-11-29T14:54:11Z 2011-10 Alpen, Désirée von Thum, Andreas Gerber, Bertram Saumweber, Timo Learning & Memory ; 18 (2011), 10. - S. 639-653 A behavior-based circuit model of how outcome expectations organize learned behavior in larval Drosophila Pauls, Dennis Alpen, Désirée von Drosophila larvae combine a numerically simple brain, a correspondingly moderate behavioral complexity, and the availability of a rich toolbox for transgenic manipulation. This makes them attractive as a study case when trying to achieve a circuit-level understanding of behavior organization. From a series of behavioral experiments, we suggest a circuitry of chemosensory processing, odor–tastant memory trace formation, and the “decision” process to behaviorally express these memory traces—or not. The model incorporates statements about the neuronal organization of innate vs. conditioned chemosensory behavior, and the types of interaction between olfactory and gustatory pathways during the establishment as well as the behavioral expression of odor–tastant memory traces. It in particular suggests that innate olfactory behavior is responsive in nature, whereas conditioned olfactory behavior is captured better when seen as an action in pursuit of its outcome. It incorporates the available neuroanatomical and behavioral data and thus should be useful as scaffold for the ongoing investigations of the chemo-behavioral system in larval Drosophila. Fischer, Benjamin eng Saumweber, Timo

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