Neuronal activity was recorded from two subjects (ZB and SP) in the cvGPe and the cdlSNr: 55 cvGPe neurons (ZB: 29 and SP: 26) and 52 cdlSNr neurons (ZB: 34 and SP: 18). The recording sites were determined with a 1-mm spacing grid system, and magnetic resonance images (4.7 T, Bruker) were obtained along the direction of the chamber. Single-unit recording was performed using epoxy-coated tungsten microelectrodes (FHC). The electrodes were inserted into the brain through a stainless steel guide tube and advanced by an oil-driven micromanipulator (MO-97A, Narishige). The electric signals from the electrode were amplified and bandpass-filtered (0.2 to 10 kHz; BAK). All behavioral tasks and recordings were controlled by custom-written visual C++ based software (Blip; www.robilis.com/blip/).

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