Excitatory and Inhibitory Subnetworks Are Equally Selective during Decision-Making and Emerge Simultaneously during Learning

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Najafi et al. studied selectivity of mouse excitatory and inhibitory neurons during decision-making. Selectivity is equally strong in the two cell types and emerges gradually during learning. These data, along with theoretical models, argue that selective subnetworks support decision-making.

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