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Do children with developmental dyslexia have an implicit learning deficit?
Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of specific types of tasks on the efficiency of implicit procedural learning in the presence of developmental dyslexia (DD).Expand
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Environmental enrichment promotes improved spatial abilities and enhanced dendritic growth in the rat
An enriched environment consists of a combination of enhanced social relations, physical exercise and interactions with non-social stimuli that leads to behavioral and neuronal modifications. In theExpand
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Cerebellum and procedural learning: evidence from focal cerebellar lesions.
The aim of the present study was to investigate the influence of focal cerebellar lesions on procedural learning. Eight patients with cerebellar lesions and six control subjects were tested in aExpand
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A century of cerebellar somatotopy: a debated representation
The existence of functional localization within the cerebellum was advanced exactly one century ago by both comparative anatomical and physiological studies. Here, we will discuss how models ofExpand
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Implicit learning deficits in dyslexic adults: An fMRI study
We investigated brain activation patterns associated with implicit learning deficits in 14 adults with developmental dyslexia matched with 14 normal readers matched with a classical version of the serial reaction time task. Expand
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Implicit learning deficit in children with developmental dyslexia
Several neuropsychological deficits have been reported as characteristic of the cognitive profile of dyslexic children. Phonological and visual processing are often impaired as well as auditoryExpand
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Watch how to do it! New advances in learning by observation
Recent data demonstrate that the cerebellum contributes to the internal representation of action. This representation is used not only to generate motor actions, but also to understand and learn theExpand
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Cerebellar Contribution to Spatial Event Processing: Morris Water Maze and T‐maze
Recently, a cognitive function of cerebellar networks has been challenging the traditional view of the cerebellum as a motor control centre. Among the cognitive abilities reported to be affected byExpand
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The cerebellum in the spatial problem solving: a co-star or a guest star?
The experimental findings reviewed here indicate that the cerebellum has to be added to the regions known to be involved in the spatial learning. Cerebellar function is specifically linked to 'how toExpand
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Visuospatial abilities in cerebellar disorders
Background: Cerebellar involvement in spatial data management has been suggested on experimental and clinical grounds. Objective: To attempt a specific analysis of visuospatial abilities in a groupExpand
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