Haiyin Chen

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Lesion or degeneration of the cerebellum can profoundly impair adaptive control of reaching in humans. Computational models have proposed that internal models that help control movements form in the cerebellum and influence planned motor output through the cerebello-thalamo-cortical pathway. However, lesion studies of the cerebellar thalamus have not(More)
Motor control theories have proposed that the brain controls movements through internal models which perform two reciprocal computations: given the motor action, predict sensory consequences (forward model) and given the desired sensory states, generate the appropriate motor action (inverse model). To produce accurate movements, the brain must continually(More)
Lesion or degeneration of the cerebellum can profoundly impair adaptive control of reaching in humans. Computational models have proposed that internal models for motor action form in the cerebellum and influence planned motor output through the cerebello-thalamo-cortical pathway. However, lesions in the cerebellar thalamus have not been consistently shown(More)
The Harvard community has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters. Lesion or degeneration of the cerebellum can profoundly impair adaptive control of reaching in humans. Computational models have proposed that internal models that help control movements form in the cerebellum and influence planned(More)
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