An fMRI Study of Intra-Individual Functional Topography in the Human Cerebellum

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Neuroimaging studies report cerebellar activation during both motor and non-motor paradigms, and suggest a functional topography within the cerebellum. Sensorimotor tasks activate the anterior lobe, parts of lobule VI, and lobule VIII, whereas higher-level tasks activate lobules VI and VII in the posterior lobe. To determine whether these activation… (More)
DOI: 10.3233/BEN-2010-0268

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@inproceedings{Stoodley2010AnFS, title={An fMRI Study of Intra-Individual Functional Topography in the Human Cerebellum}, author={Catherine J. Stoodley and Eve M. Valera and Jeremy D. Schmahmann}, booktitle={Behavioural neurology}, year={2010} }