A cerebellar model for predictive motor control tested in a brain-based device.

@article{McKinstry2006ACM,
  title={A cerebellar model for predictive motor control tested in a brain-based device.},
  author={Jeffrey L. McKinstry and Gerald M. Edelman and Jeffrey L. Krichmar},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2006},
  volume={103 9},
  pages={3387-92}
}
The cerebellum is known to be critical for accurate adaptive control and motor learning. We propose here a mechanism by which the cerebellum may replace reflex control with predictive control. This mechanism is embedded in a learning rule (the delayed eligibility trace rule) in which synapses onto a Purkinje cell or onto a cell in the deep cerebellar nuclei become eligible for plasticity only after a fixed delay from the onset of suprathreshold presynaptic activity. To investigate the proposal… CONTINUE READING
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