Cerebellar contribution to spatial event processing: characterization of procedural learning

@article{Leggio1999CerebellarCT,
  title={Cerebellar contribution to spatial event processing: characterization of procedural learning},
  author={Maria Leggio and Paola Neri and Alessandro Graziano and Laura Mandolesi and Marco Molinari and Laura Petrosini},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={127},
  pages={1-11}
}
 Recently, we demonstrated the prevalent role of cerebellar networks in the acquisition of the procedural components of spatial information by testing hemicerebellectomized (HCbed) rats in a classical spatial task, the Morris water maze (MWM). As procedures used in the water maze are a mixture of different components (that is, general procedures, exploration procedures, direct reaching procedures), for optimally solving a spatial task all procedural components must be opportunely managed. Thus… CONTINUE READING

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