Listen in to hear Caleb and Bridger dig back in to the short series of articles of Koziol and colleagues detailing a new way to understand the function of the various systems that make up our interconnected brain and give way to an emerging and complex mind. The title of the article discussed in this episode is Large-Scale Brain Systems and Subcortical Relationships: The Vertically Organized Brain.

Here’s the abstract from the article:

This article reviews the vertical organization of the brain. The cortico-basal ganglia and the cerebro-cerebellar circuitry systems are described as fundamental to cognitive and behavioral control. The basal ganglia anticipate and guide implicitly learned behaviors on the basis of experienced reward outcomes. The cerebellar-cortical network antici- pates sensorimotor outcomes, allowing behaviors to be adapted across changing settings and across contexts. These vertically organized systems, operating together, represent the underpinning of cognitive control. The medial temporal lobe system, and its development, is also reviewed in order to better understand how brain systems interact fo both implicit and explicit cognitive control

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Executive Directors: Jennifer and Ryan Savage, Melissa Bentinnedi, Bridger Falkenstein

Hosts: Bridger Falkenstein, Caleb Boston, and  Melissa Benintendi

Filmographer: Tyler Wassam

Podcast Editor: Jamie Eggert

Original Music Composers: Bridger Falkenstein and Caleb Boston

Show Notes: Jamie Eggert & Jordan Murray