Cerebellum and nonmotor function.

@article{Strick2009CerebellumAN,
  title={Cerebellum and nonmotor function.},
  author={Peter L. Strick and Richard P. Dum and Julie A. Fiez},
  journal={Annual review of neuroscience},
  year={2009},
  volume={32},
  pages={
          413-34
        }
}
Does the cerebellum influence nonmotor behavior? Recent anatomical studies demonstrate that the output of the cerebellum targets multiple nonmotor areas in the prefrontal and posterior parietal cortex, as well as the cortical motor areas. The projections to different cortical areas originate from distinct output channels within the cerebellar nuclei. The cerebral cortical area that is the main target of each output channel is a major source of input to the channel. Thus, a closed-loop circuit… Expand
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