Advancing psychiatry requires understanding brain malfunction at a microscopic scale, where neurons and synapses operate under constraints imposed by behavior, cognition, and neural architecture. Nonhuman primates are unmatched in approximating the structural and computational environment of the human brain.
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We would like to thank the University of Minnesota Neuroplasticity Research in Support of Mental Health group (Neuro-PRSMH) for useful discussions and insight. We acknowledge funding from the National Institutes of Health R01MH118257 and MnDrive Brain Conditions (S.R.H.) and National Institutes of Health R01MH107491 (M.V.C.).