Active force perception depends on cerebellar function.

@article{Bhanpuri2012ActiveFP,
  title={Active force perception depends on cerebellar function.},
  author={Nasir H Bhanpuri and Allison M. Okamura and Amy J. Bastian},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={107 6},
  pages={
          1612-20
        }
}
Damage to the cerebellum causes characteristic movement abnormalities but is thought to have minimal impact on somatosensory perception. Traditional clinical assessments of patients with cerebellar lesions reveal no perceptual deficits despite the fact that the cerebellum receives substantial somatosensory information. Given that abnormalities have been reported in predicting the visual consequences of movement, we suspect that the cerebellum broadly participates in perception when motor output… CONTINUE READING

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