CEREBELLAR LOCALIZATION: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY BY A NEW METHOD

@inproceedings{MeyersCEREBELLARLA,
  title={CEREBELLAR LOCALIZATION: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY BY A NEW METHOD},
  author={I. Leon Meyers}
}
Unlike the doctrine of cerebral localization, which was founded on direct experimental evidence, the motor responses being obtained on stimulation of the cerebrum, the theory of cerebellar localization was evolved through studies in embryology and comparative anatomy. It was first formulated, in 1903, by the Dutch anatomist Bolk 1 who, from a study of the cerebellum in numerous types of mammals, deduced the theory that the developmental variations of its different lobules bear a relationship to… CONTINUE READING

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